Our expert says:
If he's simply someone living on the same block, I;'m not sure what you can do about it, except to seek to ignore him and not to get involved with him. If he asks for advice, advise him to see his shrink again ( and to see a shrink if he's only being treated bya GP ) , and to see a different shrink if he feels he doesn't have confidence in the one he is seeing. As you say, he must seek help himself. If there is serious reason to think he is a danger to himself or others,. the police could become involved and rope in a doc to assess him and consider compulsory treatment, but this doesnt reall sound like that sort of situation.
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