Monthly Archives: December 2012

Breakdown: One Year Later

It was one year ago today (on the most holiest of days, Boxing Day) that I suffered my first and so far only relapse with schizophrenia. A complete mental breakdown is something we truly fear as a society, quite possibly … Continue reading

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Without hope, what’s the point of treatment.

There‚Äôs an article that crossed my desk from The Guardian in the UK. Some of it deals with problems specific to the United Kingdom and their recent austerity campaign. However, I wanted to zoom in on these paragraphs: The doctor … Continue reading

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Just wanted to pass on some inspiration

Patrick Cockburn finishes up a series in The Independent. Excerpt: I do not fear schizophrenia as I once did, or maybe it would be truer to say that I have a changed attitude to madness. It is not the death … Continue reading

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