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... Many of the symptoms I encounter relating to schizophrenia have been present for several years, and others all of my life. ... (4 replies)
... The most common misnomor about schizophrenia is that multiple personalities are a component ! Most schizophrenics do not have multiple personalities ! ... (21 replies)
... The most common misnomor about schizophrenia is that multiple personalities are a component ! Most schizophrenics do not have multiple personalities ! ... (21 replies)

... Her mother has Paranoid Schizophrenia, a very bad case of it, too. I'm concerned about both the child and mother. It's a lot, so sorry if it's long. ... (0 replies)
... My mother is totally unaware of her problems, cannot see them, and believes she is perfectly normal. ... (21 replies)
... When I was about two a health visitor told my mother she thought I was backward! because I wasn't talking, I didn't look at people when they talked to me and I didn't relpy to my name etc. ... (21 replies)
... Hey, CuriousLearner! From what I've read, people who develop schizophrenia have always been a little eccentric. ... (13 replies)
... I am currently being pushed into seen a psychologist or a psychiatrist by my mother whom believes i have developed a mental disorder. I feel that my mental state is a result of harassment. ... (5 replies)
... I have been told so many different things that could "trigger" Schizophrenia. Genetic-My mother's sister was diagnosed with it in the 60's and her brother had similar symptoms but never formerly diagnosed. Sadly, to say, they ended up taking their lives. A severe blow to the head- My son suffered 2 concussions while playing football between his 9-11th year. A... (8 replies)
... it is a sign. I'm not saying IT IS one, but the possibility is there, and in conjunction with all these other features, the possibility of it being a sign of schizophrenia jumps rather highly. ... (83 replies)
... I am worried that I may have schizophrenia which is why I'm posting here on this board. The main reason that I am wondering if I have schizophrenia is because I talk to myself. I know that everybody talks to themselves, but the way I do it seems abnormal to me. ... (11 replies)
... get to know you as a person. You do not have a contagious disease. If you happen to meet a young lady who wants to see you again, bring some information about schizophrenia and tell her about your condition on the second date. This way she gets to know you for who you truly are. ... (11 replies)
... I grew up with a mother who suffered with schizophrenia. She was very paranoid, delusional and would hear audible voices that were not her own. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks! I'm seeing a psychologist about emetophobia, but not about anything else. I don't know about mania or bipolar disorder, that just doesn't sound like me. I could be wrong. I didn't know how common my fear of vomiting was, but it's not the same as you described. I'm not afraid of what people will think. I can't stand vomiting and it's an obsession, I'd rather die... (74 replies)
... Compulsive Disorder if you ask me, and I'm surprised that this hasn't been brought up. There's also some signs of mild schizophrenia or mania there, too. ... (74 replies)
... My son also has pdd and my mother is schizophenic with bi-polar. Do not expect the worst. Does your son have behavior issues. How is his speech ! (21 replies)
... I hope I can help someone out there with schizophrenia that is seeking help. I want to make this short and simple. My mother had schizophrenia, and my little brother has it. One aunt and an uncle have it. ... (0 replies)
... I am curious to know how you personally experience schizophrenia. I have had schizophrenia for about a year. For me, it's like having people inside my head with whom I can converse. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, I am new here. This thread is exactly why I came here. My son has PDD-NOS (autistic spectrum.) I suspected all along that my husband had Aspergers, but I just found out that his mother, my mother-in-law, is schizophrenic and am wondering now exactly what my husband has and more importantly, what my son will have when he grows up. My mother-in-law hides it very well,... (21 replies)
... D Can a minor get medications for schizophrenia or depression? ... (6 replies)


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