Like when my Dad had ingrowing toenail, they were whispering (schizophrenia) behind the curtain and they interpret him in a different way, like he is never supposed to have an opinion, everything is judged badly.
It is an ongoing saga and has dominated our lives completely He has ruined every family event.
He's a very optimistic man, very motivated and has a good job.
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It is good that you are educating yourself on it as much as you can.
If you have any other specific questions about it, just ask away; I have had just about everything happen at one point or another that can happen with this illness that I've been told about so far. Has had mini strokes due to medication, has fluid on brain that isn't absorbing.
He is seen as a gifted or special person also as he is extremely clever and has a very high IQ. As a person with schizoaffective disorder I can say recovery is possible but people need help and support and do have set backs from time to time.
If you have concerns at any time best to encourage him to speak to his psychiatrist.
he was very open and honest with me from the first day of our relationship that he had it.
i really had strong feelings for him regardless of it.
There's always the risk he could relapse but I would say he is doing well for himself if he works a good job and has stayed out of the hospital for two years.
It is good that he is very motivated as well, schizophrenia can destroy your motivation entirely although he could of not even experienced this symptom to begin with as well.
Hi, I was just wondering if someone could give me some advice please.
I've started seeing a nice man and he's actually a dream man, but the other day he told me he has suffered from schizophrenia.
I know he had hallucinations and was hospitalized 2years ago, but he wouldn't tell me anymore about what happened, and I don't want to push him for more information as I think he's embarrassed.