By Rachel Miller (M.S.W.), Rachel Miller, Susan Elizabeth Mason
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That was the toughest part. SAMANTHA: I was hospitalized for two months on Low III. In addition to being in a locked unit, they have this policy of status on Low III. You had to follow all their procedures. You start out with no privileges at all. You eat on the unit. You’re not allowed to go home. You’re not allowed to go out. At first I was uncooperative and I didn’t wish to take medication. Different doctors talked to me about my symptoms and starting medication. I was unhappy with my living situation.
I just felt he was there to bother me. But in time I gave in, cooperated, took my medication, participated in the activities, and slowly I earned my way up the status ladder. 16 in the beginning Samantha At one time I had a misunderstanding with one of the staff. She had lied to me about something and I was so upset to find out she had lied. I took this deck of cards and threw them at her. Six aides came and took me into a room that was empty except for a mattress on the floor. I went to sleep on the mat for three hours.
Different doctors talked to me about my symptoms and starting medication. I was unhappy with my living situation. I would stand at the window and scream for no reason. I was paranoid. I thought there was a man bothering me, which was probably part of my illness. I just felt he was there to bother me. But in time I gave in, cooperated, took my medication, participated in the activities, and slowly I earned my way up the status ladder. 16 in the beginning Samantha At one time I had a misunderstanding with one of the staff.