I found a lot of useful work I’ve done has been destigmatizing the labels of mental health diagnoses for myself and for others.
This is the most difficult part of psychosis: you’re consciously aware of what affects you and how it affects you within social situations but you don’t know why.
I remember thinking during an episode that, ”If everyone could feel this way they would never do drugs”.
Allowing people to know the true me and being my truest self helped speed up my cognition and improve my mental functionality.
I came to realize that morality is not some omniscient magical force; morals are rules decided on by human beings.
Mending my relationships with my family was a key component in helping me to recover from schizoaffective disorder.
Learning to debunk assumptions.
Wrestling with uncertainty has been an adversity in itself.
Humanizing psychotic disorders is the next step in challenging mental health stigma
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