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In I NEVER PROMISED YOU A ROSE GARDEN we see how one mans reality is not necessarily that of another mans reality We as humans do not think exactly the same we all think in a different way these distinctions will be proven By seeing into the mind of the main character and comparing her thoughts to the people around her the thesis will be proven We are all guilty of retreating into some sort of lunacy we all are guilty of talking to our selves this sort of deportment will send some mixed messages to people These messages will propel them to the assumption that they are not normal They are of to their own world Also proving with the use of the protagonist that sometimes being crazy can help cleans the core of ones being and feel good that for once you can gratify your fantasy Perspectives play a grand roll in whether someone is mentally stable or not it could be miss interpretation or personal feeling Who is to say that a mad man cannot have an opinion To him we are the crazy ones This is a case were majority rule is a determinantWe all live independent lives from one another this is human nature we do this to have peace and serenity to be alone but some loneliness we can do without Deborahs reason for being a mentally unstable young girl is that she felt alone and not needed by the world Normally as children we had imaginary friends Deborahs solitude led her to divert to a world where she is liked loved and cherished At one time-strange to think of it now-the gods of Yr had been companions-secret princely sharers of her loneliness In camp where she had been hated Pg 55 I NEVER PROMISED YOU A ROSE GARDEN The girls at the camp perceived her to be strange anomalous This in turn drove her deeper into her madness
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