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Then my prayers might have been answered and Alan might have been cured. I accused myself of being partly responsible for my brother's suffering and death. I felt very upset as I recalled my brother's illness and death all those years ago. Then I grew uneasy. Could it be that the tendency to isolate myself from other people and the way in which I hid my feelings were leading me down the path to schizophrenia? This was how my brother had begun his illness, and it seemed to me that I too was now at risk.

Deep inside I began to feel guilty about going to Harley Street.

She stood back and looked at me. 'I suppose you don't look too bad,' she said. 'Your letter worried me stiff. I just had to come and see you as soon as possible. Look,' she fumbled in her bag and brought out a framed photograph of her elder son. She placed it facing me on my bedside table. ' 28 Part 1: The Disintegration of My Personality 'Thanks,' I said. ' 'Here are your Mum and Dad now,' she said. ' 'Please stay for a few more minutes,' I begged. I was anxious to keep Mary by the bedside to offset the tension I felt in the company of my parents.

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