If you remember me from my other post, I'm almost finished writing the ending of the short film I'm working on. But now I'm stuck on a part of it and need to know what sort of things calm you down when you're having an episode. For instance, if you were hallucinating and someone showed up to help you, but you weren't familiar with them, what sort of things do you think they could say to you to gain your trust and eventually cause you to relax and listen to them? I know the answer to this question will be different depending on each individual, but if anyone has any answers to this, it might help me figure out some ideas.
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