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Why? Is it free? she asked eagerly.

Well, there's Saint Paul's, but I'm leery of it.

That costs even more.

No. She shook her head.We've lost our perspective. What we need is help, psychiatric help.

Sure, it's free all right, but what if they decide we're nuts and lock us up in a state institution for a few years? You in a woman's ward, me in a men's ward?

Do you know what's the matter with us, Harry?

If you'd kept up much longer I'd have joined you, I said, attempting a smile. -

Oh, they wouldn't do that, Harry. We aren't crazy. This wholesale depression we're experiencing is caused strictly by alcohol. If we can get a few drugs and a little conversation from a psychiatrist, we'll be just fine again. I'll bet they wouldn't keep us more than a week at the longest.

Not a public hospital.

Well . . . She thought for a few moments.They could get us off the liquor couldn't they?

If you'd kept up much longer I'd have joined you, I said, attempting a smile. -

But that's the way it works.

Well . . . She thought for a few moments.They could get us off the liquor couldn't they?

If we didn't have any, and couldn't get any, yes. But even there, you have to have a genuine desire to quit drinking.

If we didn't have any, and couldn't get any, yes. But even there, you have to have a genuine desire to quit drinking.

That isn't the way it works, baby, I told her.A psychiatrist isn't a witch doctor with a speedy cure for driving out the devils. It's a long process, as I understand it, and the patient really cures himself. All the psychiatrist can do is help him along by guiding the thinking a little bit. He listens and says nothing. He doesn't even give the patient any sympathy. All he does is listen.

If you'd kept up much longer I'd have joined you, I said, attempting a smile. -

If we didn't have any, and couldn't get any, yes. But even there, you have to have a genuine desire to quit drinking.

Not a public hospital.

Sure, it's free all right, but what if they decide we're nuts and lock us up in a state institution for a few years? You in a woman's ward, me in a men's ward?

I don't want to drink anymore, Harry. Let's take a chance on it, to see what happens. We can't lose anything, and I know they aren't going to lock us up anywhere, because it costs the state too much money for that. Both of us need some kind of help right now, and you know it

Well, suppose you had died and I hadn't? And I woke up, and there you were-dead, and there I'd be, alone, still alive, without you, without anything. . . Her tears started to flow again, but with better restraint. I held her on my lap like a frightened child; her face against my shoulder. I made no attempts to prevent her silent crying. I just patted her gently on her bare back, letting her cry it out. I knew precisely how she felt, because my feelings were exactly the same. Within a few minutes she was calm again and smiling her secret, tragic smile.

No. She shook her head.We've lost our perspective. What we need is help, psychiatric help.

A week wouldn't be so bad at that, I said.I could get straightened around some, maybe do a little thinking. I might come up with an idea.

No. She shook her head.We've lost our perspective. What we need is help, psychiatric help.

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