- Unlikely. In Fixation, when they reach that area, he claims "the path to the right leads back home" and then promptly takes the left, actually homeward path as soon as it opens up. He seems to know all too well what he's doing.
- Fixation also implies that he wasn't acting normally, however — he says early on that his meds make him do things he normally wouldn't.
The Company of myself is the story as it happens from Jack´s perspective. Every single part of the game is in Jack´s mind. He starts realising his "medication" isn´t very good, and eventually gets totally insane, knowing so and imagining the psychologist visiting him in a hospital. The story could have happened in a few days, not eight years.Then, Fixation makes us change perspective to Kathryn. You can see her struggles and, in the end, that just as she was getting over the smoking and Henry´s death, Jack went insane, making her think only about him, "ditching" herself.What happened later is not certain. Maybe it wasn´t too late and Jack got better, or maybe he just went nuts.