From Ask A Mortician.
More than just feeling a little dead inside.
Thank you Patron deathlings, who make this all possible!
Learn more about the Mortals’ Market: https://www.mortalsmarket.com/
Learn more about Self Help Graphics & Art: https://www.selfhelpgraphics.com/
***WAYS TO SUPPORT AND GROW OUR NON-PROFIT***
***MY LATEST BOOK "Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs?"***
My other two books!: http://caitlindoughty.com/books
***LEARN MORE ABOUT CLARITY FUNERALS***
Find our podcast on iTunes: https://apple.co/2yK6c6G
Find our podcast on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2QZEVEM
Find our podcast on Google Play: https://bit.ly/2AdEvoj
The Order of the Good Death – articles, resources, updates, and more: http://www.orderofthegooddeath.com/
***WHERE ELSE YOU CAN FIND ME***
Mortician: Caitlin Doughty
Producer & Writer: Louise Hung (@LouiseHung1)
Editor & Graphics: Landis Blair (@landisblair)
Additional Research: Remy Servis
This video was greatly informed by the essays of Esmé Weijun Wang, her book "The Collected Schizophrenias", as well as interviews with Ms. Wang. Thank you Ms. Wang, for sharing your experiences with such candor and humor. https://esmewang.com/
"Extending the World: An Interview with Esmé Weijun Wang"
"This rare illness makes people think they’re dead"
"Mindscapes: First interview with a dead man"
"No Seriously, I’m Dead"
“When the Patient Believes That the Organs Are Destroyed: Manifestation of Cotard’s Syndrome.”
Machado, Leonardo. Case reports in medicine vol. 2016 (2016)
"Etudes sur les Maladies Cérébrales et Men-tales"
Paris, Baillière, 1891. 10 Cotard J, Camuset M, Séglas J: Du délire des Néga-tions aux Idées D’énormité. Paris, L’Harmattan, 1997.
“Charles Bonnet’s Description of Cotard’s Delusion and Reduplicative Paramnesia in an Elderly Patient (1788).”
Förstl, Hans, and Barbara Beats.
British Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 160, no. 3, 1992.
We are sorry that this post was not useful for you!
Help us improve our content!
Tell us if mBlip should continue to feature this YouTuber's content.