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The Quiet Room: A Journey Out of the Torment of Madness Chapter Summary & Analysis - Epilogue, Lori, Hartsdale, New York, 1994 Summary

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Epilogue, Lori, Hartsdale, New York, 1994 Summary and Analysis

In 1994, Lori has become a teacher at New York Hospital. She works at a gift shop part-time on weekends and lives in her own apartment. She has her own possessions and her privacy; she teaches courses on schizophrenia, clozapine and staying well after discharge. The road was difficult. Lori spent three and a half years in a halfway house called Search for Change. She had to learn to behave normally again and she started to learn how to live without the Voices.

Lori found that when the Voices left, she missed them and would reminisce about them. She also had less to think about, so she started to devote herself to building a life, keeping in touch with friends and families and taking on new responsibilities. She also dropped from 170 to 140, six months after leaving the hospital...

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