I know exactly what you mean. I had schizophrenia for ten years, only later to find out they don’t want me to think I have it anymore, and that I have Bipolar1. This is based on not having hallucinations. It has nothing to do with recovery. If I had recovered I would have acknowledgement. My mother is in the mental hospital with psychosis, and somehow my ten years of schizophrenia was suddenly “mood related” which makes no sense because I feel nothing. And that’s exactly what the issue is. Thank you for posting this.
Perfect advice. Thanks a lot. In real time we miss such great things.
I had lots of trouble in my life.
Recently I came up with this and it solved my MIND-HELL.
Solution to my very own MIND-HELL is
Everything is nothing but existence. Which existence?
and I have a sticky note on my Windows 8.1 desktop
So… this helps [ Everything is nothing but existence. Which existence? ] and [ +ve wait ].
You advice is lot like [ +ve wait ] but more meaningful. Thanks again.
More meaningful — [quote=“katwomansz, post:15, topic:49087”]
Just relax and let it pass. sometimes you can’t and its a great difficulty to make out the letters.But just one word at a time, then one sentence, then a paragraph.
Schizophrenia is not that bad. Actually, I’m not pre-occupied with being “normal” as much, just surviving and striving to succeed. For some reason Strattera helped me the most, and so did Vyvanse. They made me more calm and less restless and un-motivated.