posted on Jan, 8 2016 @ 12:00 PM
a reply to: DaRAGE
First off, congratulates to your friend for doing a selfless act in regards to the safety of others. He will never be forgotten for it.
Now, in order to determine a course of action, one needs to know what exactly you mean by breaking down??? Is he losing it as a result of what
happened to his friend, his own injuries, or both?? Is it possible his brain may be suffering from the effects of oxygen deprivation from all the
smoke inside the enflamed home?? These are possibilities.
Is he breaking down physically, emotionally, or mentally or all of the above?? If interested parties wish to avoid dependency and manipulation at the
hands of the state, you will have to bring him into an environment you and he knows he is comfortable in. And then ask IF
he is ready to
discuss what it is that has him so upset specifically. Only then can the underlying issues of this breakdown be addressed without the destructive
interference of establishment care.
However, it is important that he undergo a medical diagnosis in the event his brain did suffer a prolonged moment of oxygen deprivation as the effects
can destructive and appear to manifest as psychological issues when they can treated medically (and not with psycho dope, which only serves to
further destroy the mental state once the chemical addiction begins)