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Deep inside me I felt nothing but disgust at the lack of support that had been given Alan by our church. Why did all these people feel the need to attend his funeral now that he was gone? Why didn't they befriend him during his life, when he was in such despair? At the graveside I overheard people saying how sad it was for my parents to lose their eldest child in such tragic circumstances. No one seemed to think that I should be pitied, and yet I had been closer to my brother than to anyone, he was my nearest and dearest.
Over the next two years he became increasingly distant and he began to take on a frightened look. When he left school he obtained a clerical job in the city and he seemed to like going to work. Then one morning he decided to stay at home. My mother asked him why he wouldn't go. He said, 'Everyone's against me and they talk about me behind my back. ' From that day he developed strange eating habits. He ate only small portions of food and he began putting water in his soup to dilute it. ' Then he began pacing up and down the room, repeating loudly, 'I believe on the Lord Jesus Christ.
I was highly amused at things which were in no way amusing, and I became anxious and upset over trivialities. My personality seemed to have turned inside out, and I could do nothing about it. Rita came to visit me one evening. She asked me how I felt. She looked most concerned when I described my moods to her. The next day my boss from work came to see me. I was in 30 Part/: The Disintegration of My Personality a very lively frame of mind, and I chatted gaily to her, telling her about the amusing incidents of the day.