Friday, September 25, 2020

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  • Its true that marijuana triggers psychotic activities in some people who have a gene marker for it and based on the potency level – it can boost chances of getting schizophrenia to upto 60%. THC causes psychedelic experiences but CBD is known to have high levels of curing mental disorders such as schizophrenia. So when taking marijuana without knowing to petency level of THC, know that you’re risking big time. However, recovery from schizophrenia is definitely possible. I like the mental health recovery works of Will Jiang, who suffered from it and wrote an ardent autobiography called, “A Schizophrenic Will: A Story of Madness, A Story of Hope” which is quite inspriational, just as his book, “Guide to Natural Mental Health: Anxiety, Bipolar, Depression, Schizophrenia, and Digital Addiction: Nutrition and Complementary Therapies”. Find some time to read more about how he recovered fully from schizophrenia http://www.mentalhealthbooks.net. And, as it turns out, he earns a living as a designer and refused to allow his condition take away everything he loved to do. I believe this is his web design firm. http://www.newyorkwebdesign.nyc It is hard to believe this man suffers from schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is recoverable and patients can move on to live normal lives. On the other hand, drugs such as weed and alcohol makes things difficult and can lengthen the condition to last for good.

  • Instead of ignoring serious psychosis, that report draws from the knowledge of a couple of authors who have experienced, and documented, psychotic episodes at the far degrees of human agony. Instead of being racist, the report argues that psychosis should be understood within its personal, relational, social, spiritual and cultural context…as opposed to the medical model that Coyne supports, and the ample evidence of racism in theory and practice based on traditional concepts of ‘schizophrenia’.

    I’ve seen schizophrenics recover fully so recovery is definitely possible. Personally, I came across the mental health recovery writings of Will Jiang, who experienced the same. His autobiography, “A Schizophrenic Will: A Story of Madness, A Story of Hope” is quite inspriational, just as his book, “Guide to Natural Mental Health: Anxiety, Bipolar, Depression, Schizophrenia, and Digital Addiction: Nutrition and Complementary Therapies”. I found his author page located at http://www.mentalhealthbooks.net And, as it turns out, he’s a seasoned designer who didnt let his condition take away everything he loved to do. I believe this is his web design firm where he earns his living from: http://www.newyorkwebdesign.nyc 80% of schizophrenics are unemployed and it is quite hard to believe that this man suffered from schizophrenia.

  • Great article Rob! Recovery for schizophrenics is definitely possible. Personally, I like the mental health recovery writings of Will Jiang, in particular. His autobiography A Schizophrenic Will: A Story of Madness, A Story of Hope is inspriational, as is his book Guide to Natural Mental Health: Anxiety, Bipolar, Depression, Schizophrenia, and Digital Addiction: Nutrition and Complementary Therapies. His author page is located at http://www.mentalhealthbooks.net. And, it turns out, he is quite an accomplished designer. His web design company is located online at http://www.newyorkwebdesign.nyc . It is hard to believe this man suffers from schizophrenia.