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When I first experienced the positive symptoms of schizophrenia, I formulated my own explanation of what was happening to me. I called it psychopathy; therefore I considered myself a psychopath. My definition of a psychopath was someone who used other people's minds or psyche for a perception of reality. My auditory and visual hallucinations were the basis. I thought I lost control of my mind and would then invade other people's minds deteriorating their reality. This was just the beginning.
ericsbat ericsbat 22-25 3 Responses Apr 20, 2009

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How did you learn to deal with the voice? and were they just one person or multiple conversations I ,am finding it very difficult to concentrate on a day to day basis and medication doesn't help

I had some bad delusional beliefs when i first got my disease. Sucks I wasted so much time following idiotic beliefs.

thats sad