Anderson's social philosophy by A. J Baker

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For the second edition: additional thanks to Tony Fraher, Liz Frost, Amanda Hall, Neil Harris, Linda Hart, Sue Kemsley, Joanne Lee, Margaret Miners and John Waite. And with very special thanks to the most important people in my life, David Miners, Alissa and Alex, for their patience, love and understanding during this long ordeal. Permissions The author would like to thank the following for permission to quote extracts from their work: From RELOCATING MADNESS by Peter Barham and Robert Hayward, paperback edition first published by Free Association Books Ltd, 57 Warren Street, London W1P 5PA © Peter Barham and Robert Hayward 1995.

Because Sarah spent so much time on the ward she got to know the nurses, and so was able to tell them informally about Ruth’s troubled relationship with her mother and to advise them that it would be best for Ruth if she had no contact at this stage with her mother. From the contact the nurses had had with Ruth’s mother they could see the wisdom of this, but unfortunately they did not manage to convey their policy to every member of staff who might be in a position to decide which phone calls Ruth should take.

Ordinary things like road signs and advertisements can take on a singular personal significance for us, and the radio and television news can become full of messages for us alone. Images in our mind become the visions we see in our immediate environment, and our thoughts become voices from elsewhere, voices which might encourage us but equally might condemn us and urge us to do terrible things to ourselves and perhaps to other people. In this state we are sometimes a danger to ourselves because we cannot accurately foresee the consequences of, say, stepping off a high balcony into space or running across a busy road without looking first.

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