First Person: When Schizophrenia Arrives
Daniel Smith shares his experience of the arrival of acute schizophrenia in his life, from the early warning signs through his first psychotic break to treatment and management. Providing a glimpse of the complex emotional development and life adjustments such an arrival catalyzes, Daniel discusses the importance of acceptance, ownership, and disclosure as a part of the management process.
“Being a master of disguise … is nothing to be proud of.”
Read Daniel’s personal account at VICE.
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