Recreating Ken Kesey's 1964 novel "One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest" cover to say "I Think I've Lost My Mind" I felt it most important to reference this brilliant read in the graphic collection. The novel best encapsulates what I am trying to say through out this chapter; I "THINK" I've lost my mind. The uncertainty in the statement best sums up how it feels to be told you are crazy by society and to come to believe it.
"Oh I could give you Freudian reasons with fancy talk, and that would be right as far as it went but what you want are the reasons for the reasons... I indulge in certain practices that our society regards as shameful and I got sick. It wasn't the practices, I don't think, it was the feeling that the great deadly, pointing force-finger of society was pointing at me- and the great voice of millions chanting, "shame. shame. shame." It's societies way of dealing with someone different." - Harding in One Flew Over The Cuckoos NestModel is 6 Foot 2 Inches (187cm) and 145lbs (65kg) wearing a size medium. For best results wash inside out and lay flat to dry.