March is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month

March is National Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month. This year's (2009) theme is "MS: Now You See It, Now You Don't", basically referring to the MS symptoms that come and go. To step … [Read more...]

Four Good Things I Have Found about Being Bipolar and Schizophrenic

By Matthew Robert Payne There seems much written by professionals on these two illnesses, there is much being spoken about at conferences by professionals on the subject and every good conference … [Read more...]

How To Love A Schizophrenic

By Yvonne Nahat Loving a schizophrenic is almost an impossible task. The person is usually unstable, sometimes aggressive, often abusive and very hurtful. While I was going through my psychosis I … [Read more...]

Understanding People With Schizophrenia

By Groshan Fabiola Even in this days general knowledge about mental illness is very little, and because of these people with schizophrenia suffer greatly. They are very marginalized and not … [Read more...]

When Someone Has Schizophrenia

by: Arthur Buchanan Schizophrenia is a devastating brain disorder—the most chronic and disabling of the severe mental illnesses. The first signs of schizophrenia, which typically emerge in young … [Read more...]

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