Because, I kind of feel that way.
But I’m happy you can.
I know for a fact I’m gonna experience it again but I’m at peace with it.
I am not. That is to say that as long as I am on medicines that suited me I am pretty confident that I won’t experience psychosis again. You should never give up medicines without doctor’s advice. Some may need life long medication but what’s wrong with it? People with diabetes, high BP also take medications lifelong. We should be careful with people and situations that make us flare up. We should avoid them. Some times 100% recovery is possible. Most of the time it’s between 85-100 percent.
Hi bade bhai are u sure u can work with this condition…i just gave up…so no job for me…i cant work due to cognitive and negative symptoms… i can parttime volunteer…
Not really no clue what’s in the future. But right now I feel a sense of hope I’m glad about that. I’m going back to the gym tomorrow too
If your condition is stable and all the symptoms are subsided you can make a good attempt to work. You can start with very small jobs and after some time you can switch to your favorite job. There are many people who suffered from Schizophrenia and later went on to do good jobs. It all depends on how well you respond to treatment. That is why it is very important to get good treatment.
I’m kind of confident I won’t experience psychosis again because I’m never going off of my medications. Period.
It’s been almost ten years since I’ve been in a psych hospital with a psychosis. I have been stable for quite some time and am fairly confident that, barring some tragedy, I will never have to experience psychosis again.
I dunno. Things are really promising right now but I’ve experienced it so long it doesn’t feel real or accurate to say I might never experience it again. So who knows.
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