After two episodes of psychosis without any warning, and their first priority was their kids being in an environment that was safe for them, Brad and his wife came up with a list of measurable things that could represent his mental instability and would require him leaving the house and getting help.
Afraid to be “outed” by others for his mental illness, Jim would withdrawal, leaving big gaps between his romantic relationships and an incomplete ledger of dating successes.
Garrett Marshall couldn’t accept his diagnosis of Schizoaffective Disorder. When his attempts to escape almost killed him, he reached out for help.
Some things Jane wants you to understand about her experience with schizophrenia (that she can’t always say out loud)…
Jeremy has struggled with medication resistant mental illness (self-harm, bipolar, schizophrenia, suicide ideation) his whole life. He gives us a glimpse into his life as he tries to survive feeling chronically empty.
The cause of Mark’s death, according to the autopsy, was toxicity from the medications he was taking, which were prescribed by his psychiatrist.
Alexandra Garzon writes an honest and raw letter to her former psychiatrist about what it’s really like to experience schizophrenia.