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Hawaiian Psychology
Hawaiian psychology
William C.Rezentes III

Malia and her husband were the victims of a tragic automobile accident. Days later, Malia woke up in the hospital with severe injuries that would heal over time. Her husband, however, had died. Malia completed her physical therapy and had attempted to move on. Grief stricken, Malia was severely depressed. Her depression was soon complicated with psychotic-like symptoms as she made claim to “seeing her husband.” After a year of not being able to shake her hallucinations, Malia thought to move from her rural residence to Honolulu, the largest city in Hawai'i. The “sightings” of her husband continued on a regular basis and she sought out help. Malia's first therapist diagnosed her with Major Depression with Psychotic Features. The second ...

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