Structure Inpatient And Outpatient Care Essay
Interviewee: Like, on a day-to-day basis, like, what I would go through during the day.
Interviewee: Wake up, eat, smoke, go to a meeting, come back to groups. They have reflection time in here, which is like an hour to yourself, which is like, you can sleep, you can write letters, which I thought was really helpful. Like, if you have lost someone in here, they will tell you to write them a letter and kind of like say goodbye to them, since a lot of people don’t get a chance to, so I definitely feel like that is helpful. I don’t know, just keep like doing NA meetings and stuff. Like, they would bring NS groups inside, and a lot of speakers. Like, people always think that it’s not going to like, how do I say this, like they’re not going to like relate to them.
Interviewee: But, you never know until you hear a person’s story. Like, I heard a lot of people stories and I was like, damn, that was the same life I was living, but yeah, something like that.
Interviewer: So, like sort of learning from people who have like done it and lived through it.
Interviewee: Yeah, not really like advise giving, but like stories.
Interviewer: Storytime, like this is what I went through and learn.
Interviewee: Yeah, learn from other people’s mistakes.
Interviewer: And then, we also talked some…