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The Quiet Room: A Journey Out of the Torment of Madness Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Lori Schiller
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Topics for Discussion

What are the Voices? What did Lori think they were? What are they in reality?

To what extent are the Voices features of Lori's personality? To what extent are they separate from her personality?

To what extent was Lori's disorder biochemical? To what extent was it psychological?

What does Lori's story suggest about the connection between neurobiological and psychological disorders?

Why did Lori like cocaine? How did it relate to her illness?

How did Lori come to fight the Voices? What did she have to accept about herself?

What do the other narrators in the book add to the reader's perspective on Lori?

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