Earlier this year, I watched the Netflix series “Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel” and felt deeply troubled throughout.
This was not the first time I’d encountered this tragic story of the traveling 21-year-old Canadian student Elisa Lam, who lived with bipolar disorder, and her death inside the Cecil hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Like millions of others, I’d seen the unsettling final footage of Elisa in the hotel elevator, which was initially released by the police while she was still missing. The footage is undeniably strange and in response, people read her behavior in broadly two ways; either she was experiencing a psychotic manic episode and deluded that someone was after her (which is my reading), or more popularly, she
psychological disorder where someone is afraid to be separated from a person, or sometimes even a pet or an object. Whether the anxiety arises when being separated for a few hours or more extended periods, that depends on the severity of the disorder.The American Psychiatric Association has created a list of potential symptoms.
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