All Is Not Forgotten - Chapters 9 - 10 Summary & Analysis

Wendy Walker
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Forrester said Sean was given the treatment for PTSD even though his previous anxiety was not even considered before administering the mind-altering treatment. He noted that Sean’s symptoms are similar to Jenny’s – anxiety, anger, depression, and suicidal thoughts. Forrester blames doctors for failing Sean and for not knowing his full story which included undiagnosed anxiety. Jenny finally became Forrester’s patient when the doctor refused to release her without a treatment plan in place. Charlotte visited Forrester to make the arrangements.

Forrester recalled his conversation with Detective Parsons after Jenny’s suicide attempt. Parsons said Tom was a blubbering mess. Charlotte stayed reserved, but her hands were shaking badly. Still covered in Jenny’s blood, she tried to be calm. She pushed her hair out of her face, getting blood on her forehead without even noticing. Charlotte omitted Bob’s resents...

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