What’s a schizophrenic? A schizophrenic is someone who has a mental illness, such as schizophrenia, that is not caused by a physical brain disorder. Those who experience schizophrenia are often confused and mismanaged and often have a very difficult time controlling their thoughts and actions. They often act out in an extremely violent manner, and they may exhibit paranoia and intense fear of strangers.
In short, the majority of schizophrenics are not violent, but they are also not mentally stable. You can experience schizophrenia at any age, although the average age is around 25. Some people experience it at a younger age, in their teens or 20s.
The symptoms of schizophrenia vary depending on the drug being used. There are some people who experience schizophrenia while taking the medication. Although they may not act out violently, they may feel strange and scared and feel they need to hide or they have a feeling someone is watching them. Some people may also exhibit paranoia and intense fear of strangers, which can quickly escalate into paranoia of people being strange and scary.
At least some people with schizophrenia don’t act out violently and are not especially afraid of strangers, but like us, they may feel strange and scared. Like us, some people with schizophrenia may also exhibit paranoia and intense fear of others, which can quickly escalate into paranoia of others being strange and scary.
The disorder is called “drug-induced schizophrenia” and it’s characterized by a lack of awareness. People with this disorder often have a distorted conception of reality, often experiencing hallucinations or delusions in addition to their normal mental disorders. Many people with schizophrenia also have mental disorders, which make it hard to understand what they’re thinking or feeling.
Drug-induced schizophrenia is much like schizophrenia in that it is a disorder that is usually drug induced. However, many people with schizophrenia are not drug-induced, and in fact, they may not even have any mental health problems.
In many parts of the world, severe psychiatric illness is not recorded in the medical record. This is because there is a stigma associated with admitting you are “schizophrenic” – that is, having a mental illness.
This is all very much true. It is not that, but it is. I was talking about the “psychotic” side of the schizophrenia spectrum. I’m not saying a person with schizophrenia shouldn’t be treated with drugs, but that is the opposite of psychosis. Those who have the disorder may not have symptoms, but they have the same symptoms as their peers.
I have seen a number of people with schizophrenia come in and say, “Oh, I didn’t say that” as if the illness doesn’t exist. This is wrong, but it is also true that many people have been misdiagnosed as schizophrenic until after they developed psychotic symptoms. I was talking to a friend of mine who was recently diagnosed as schizophrenic.
I was diagnosed with schizophrenia in high school. It was a very bad time. I was also diagnosed with bipolar disorder and a couple of other mental illnesses. People had just seen my friends go off into their own little world and think they were the exception. I also had some really bad thoughts about my father, who left me for another woman.