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Are you having a nervous breakdown There are many signs of a nervous breakdown Some of the signs that alert that a nervous breakdown is coming are fatigue irritation loss of appetite thoughts of giving up and loss of interest in what used to provide pleasure Biology Archive There are also signs that a person is experiencing a nervous breakdown These symptoms include but are not limited to a growing tendency to think negatively loss of a sense of purpose and energy an increasing detachment to relationships uncontrollable irrational behavior anxiety depression obsessive activity persistent performance of an irrational activity crying shouting violence and doing stupid things Biology Archive These signs are not noticed by the individual experiencing them but are evident to those around them such as classmates friends and family In the novel The Catcher In The Rye JD Salinger showed us how Holden Caulfield the main character in the novel went through a nervous breakdown The signs of Holdens nervous breakdown went unnoticed until it is too late We find out about the three days that led up to Holdens nervous breakdown in the novel The Catcher In The Rye Throughout the course of the novel Holden showed many signs of a nervous breakdown These signs included obsessive activity increased detachment to relationships uncontrollable irrational behavior shouting violence and crying just to name a few I thought that some of these signs were hard to interpret because many people experience some of these signs but they arent on the verge of a nervous breakdown JD Salinger shows us in his novel The Catcher In The Rye the signs that Holden was having a nervous breakdown Holden Caulfield was not in touch with reality He had an altered point-of-view Holdens obsessive behavior of wearing a red hat while hunting for phonies would lead a reader to believe that Holden was having a nervous breakdown and gave some insight into Holdens altered point-of-view This
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