In Taiwan, this seems to be an unsolvable dilemma between family members and the mentally handicapped who are familiar with human phone database rights. However, all over the world, many teams face the mental crisis of mentally handicapped people and develop many A humane and evidence-based approach, they rely not only on medical intervention, but also on psychotherapy, peer support, and community support in crisis or acute situations. And such a dignified and understanding way of intervention can help "family", "mentally disabled" and "us" to have a better chance to understand "crisis" or "onset" or "acute phase" or "unsolved complex experience", It can make the treatment not only happen to the "mentally disabled", but also the surrounding
"social relationship" can become a therapeutic social environment, through which different and coexisting, long-term support and companionship can be obtained. Taking the plot of "The Distance Between Us and Evil", the treatment itself includes: going to talk to him about why I am feeling, as well as self-expectation and the loss of success, but everyone is asking him if he has taken medicine, It's not what kind of life he wants. These will be part of the treatment and are indispensable. Even his workplace environment needs more seniors, and he is willing to give Ying Sicong a chance to try. Otherwise,
it will be like Sicong put down the medicine and threw it in the sink in the seventh and eighth episodes. That action is not meaningful, and it also represents how far "the supportive distance between us and mental illness" is.The generation of mental illness is multi-dimensional: the result of the multiple intertwining of biology, society and psychology, in addition to the brain, in addition to medication, we must also create a therapeutic social environment. If they are not dialogued and understood, they will feel isolated and isolated. We will be farther away from such a situation, and we will not be able to properly treat so many different forms of life! Ying Sicong and their families may be fighting alone and suffering separately.