Understanding Schizophrenia

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A Beautiful MindI remember the day when “Joe” (not his real name) came into the rescue mission. I said, “Hello,” shook his hand, and introduced myself. He responded pleasantly and we began the service. Everything seemed normal. That is, until Joe began talking to the guy next to him. That’s really not uncommon at a rescue mission, but the only trouble was, the “guy” next to Joe was no guy at all. It was a sink. He was only whispering, and I figured to call him out would be a greater distraction than it was worth, so I let it go. As time went on, Joe became increasingly more distant from reality and his “conversations” became increasingly more regular and disruptive.… Continue reading

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