Alice will continue to complete medications without her family members’ knowledge.
Alice continues to complete medications without her family members’ knowledge. She hitchhikes to Denver (recording her journal entries on scraps of paper without times). She travels to Oregon along with other medication users but soon loses them. A janitor directs her to a objective like the Salvation Army. Alice is washed up and satisfies a new victim of lifelong intimate punishment, Doris, whom allows her stay at her apartment. They become ill from hitchhike and malnourishment to Southern Ca, where Alice takes more medications, even prostituting by by herself for them. Alice speaks having a priest about teen runaways, in which he calls her moms and dads. She is wanted by them in the future house. Within the town, Alice fulfills some other runaways and speaks in their mind about why they left home. She imagines she might go into youngster guidance or therapy some to help out others, and she vows to quit drugs day.
Alice comes back home and it is excited to restore her life together with her family. Alice loses consciousness and drifts down as a reverie that she believes is either a flashback (brought on by LSD residue into the spinal cavity) or even an episode that is schizophrenic. Otherwise, Alice is satisfied with her household sufficient reason for by herself, with the exception of her social isolation: she can not go out with medication users, and “straight” kids do not want her around. Continue reading