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The Quiet Room: A Journey Out of the Torment of Madness - Study Guide Part III, There's Nothing Wrong With Me, Chapter 11, Lori, Scarsdale, New York, May 1983 - August 1983, Chapter 12, Lori, Scarsdale, New York, September 1983 - May 1984 Summary & Analysis

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Lori was glad to be home; she had hated the hospital, largely because everyone thought she was sick, when she didn't think she was. In fact, the Voices were real to her, and when the doctors told her they weren't, she got angry with them. After she returned home, she wasn't entirely sure how to do it. She had no one to spend time with either, although she had her family. But in her mind, her family had changed. Her brothers were gone and her parents had to take care of her in part because she refused to have a private...

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