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para24

California
On many meds. Just back on Amisulpride for paranoia. I am on to many benzodiazepines. And to many sleeping pills. Life is good but sucks most days.

GoToSee Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine

United Kingdom
Hi, I'm the content editor of www.gotosee.co.uk/healthnews and www.gotosee.co.uk/healtharticles. GoToSee is a UK complementary health resource and therapist directory for alternative medicine and complementary therapy.

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Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Perpetual Student, Recovering Psychiatrist After college I completed a PhD in Neuroscience from the Center for Brain Research at the University of Rochester.  I found myself getting tired of working with rats all day, and so I attended medical school, then completed a residency in Anesthesia at the University of Pennsylvania. I was an anesthesiologist and pain doc for about 8 years,...

Mike Health Maven

New England, North Dakota
I am in the process of recovering from schizophrenia. I’m trying to carve out a new life for myself while enjoying the precious moments along the way.
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Specialty: chiropractor (DC)
Lansing, Illinois
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paranoia@21

United States

Jennifer aka Beautiful MInd Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook

Clearwater, Florida
I am a socially conscious, feminist, 33-year old, with a dry sense of humor, and a compassionate soul. I started my blog about my life with Schizophrenia long ago when I was in the middle of psychosis and not on any medication for it. Now, I have been receiving proper medical treatment for this biological illness for a few years, and I am doing much better. I keep up the blog to share...

Schizophrenia ..

San Mateo, California
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Ron Unger Patient Expert

California
According to what has been called the medical model, people who have been diagnosed with "schizophrenia" and with "psychosis" in general, have a brain disease or chemical imbalance. Past life experience such as trauma, according to that model, has nothing to do with why people have difficult or strange experiences now. While the medical model can easily be criticized for...