Now I'm curious. What is her particular condition? It may warrant hospitalization, for her own safety. My aunt deals with the inmates in Folsom Prison, and she says some of them could never have lived normal lives. It's sad, but mental disorders happen, and people in hospitals like this try to take care of them. Now granted, having them locked away in a room their whole life is just wrong. They do need to get outside, and have a change of scenery once in a while. But at the same time, they have a responsibility to make sure they don't hurt anyone. What if she has very severe paranoia, or schizophrenia, or dementia? Would you really want her to be able to have access to a car, or heavy machinery, or weapons? You say, well just keep them away from her, but that's easier said than done outside of a facility like this. I am by no means condoning abuse of patients, but sometimes force is necessary. My own personal experience has taught me that. The brother I grew up with has sever autism, I forget what range, and he is prone to violent outbursts. He used to throw things, like lamps, VCR's, or anything he could lift. He would even try to claw at my face. Now I love him to death, and I know the outbursts are not his fault. But there have been times where I've had to pin him to the ground, and hold him there for nearly a half hour. If I didn't he could seriously hurt himself, or our parents. I hated doing it, but there was no choice. You all shout for her to have freedom, but freedom isn't always safe. If she has been misdiagnosed, then the doctor will fight to have her released. But in the mean time, until the order is given, the facility has a legal responsibility to keep her there. This isn't some prison where they intentionally keep innocent people against their will. This is society's way of trying to help these people survive, and live as close to a normal life as they possibly can.
The transference of the curse often occurs when the Giver is in their transformed State. Though if within a set mindset - say, in a fight - a Were-creatures teeth often make themselves known as a defense mechanism and it is through these teeth that the curse is shared. If one were bitten by a were-creature in this state then yes they would become one as well and I say this situation more than qualifies as her in a fighting situation.
Doesn't it vary in some stories? Unfortunately, I haven't read any of the traditional werewolf stories, but in "Red Riding Hood" (the newer movie), a man was turned into a werewolf when the original werewolf bit him, but the original werewolf was in human form. That may only be for that particular story, however. I'm not sure.
i see this happen in real life and what this doc is doing is not helping it makeing even worst why, i almost become one of the carzy. let me tell you this oech someone go into that type of carzy time slow down wean i did 2 mothe went pass me but it felt like oley 2 days.
The last doc was doing it right by giving theme sun light, by helping anyway you can they will become the person they use to be.
A man to that, gald to see you know, and it make it feel easy tere are people that really do try there best, like i say to many it may take about yrs before the function.
I know this 1st hand on how they did do this it made me feel sick, see i help people like this before, basicly i bring stuff in that is not allow. like toys, video games, a somke anything to help them to have something to remmber what there minds are. If you show something that can help them theres no harm in it.
Oh and btw kindness mean taking wounds, even if they hurt you remmber it's a way to help them heal.
I see my error: I meant should not keep people away from sunlight.
That's terrible they did that too you and others. I have to wonder if they were just prolonging the problem or actually made it much worse. I hate hearing stuff like that, it makes me so sad, but I realize it's better to be in the know about similar things so you can do something about it.