Home Original Content Funny Pictures Funny GIFs YouTube Funny Text Funny Movies Channels Search

hide menu
What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
#22 - lujan (08/01/2013) [-]
I have schizophrenia. It's not too bad anymore. I think I inherited whatever in the brain that goes wrong that contributes to it from my mom. She used to talk to ghost and shadows and they always told her to kill herself. When I was little, like 5 to 9 years give or take, I was treated and they thought I was fine when I stopped going. Then later in life I didn't realize anything was wrong until around high school and I was really messed up for a while but I'm fine now. I just have different experiences with things and remember things differently. When asked about a certain events I usually tell my side and someone else who was present just has to correct whatever I say and I just have to accept it. I'm not like "A Beautiful Mind" schizophrenic necessarily, just some things are out of place and stuff. Like one time I was upset with my dad because he beat the shit out of me and even broke my dresser by slamming me into it. I was mad at him for a few days, and then he came back from being out of town on a business trip. Who broke my dresser? Most likely me I guess, but he wasn't even home that week. I'm just used to things that don't really happen, and I don't even try to explain them anymore.
User avatar #66 to #22 - hotsaws (08/02/2013) [-]
Most of schizophrenia develops is the late teens. Even if it does develop in the childhood, it's considerably worse and much harder to treat. Not only that, but it's rare. Like 1 in 40,000 kids rare. It never goes away without lifetime therapy and treatment. You'd be a pretty messed up individual.
User avatar #59 to #22 - LiamNeeson (08/02/2013) [-]
Man you're lying. My mom has it, schizophrenia never goes away without extensive treatment of at least 5 years, and the doctors wouldn't stop treating you, because it requires constant surveillance, at least once a week, and that's after 15 years of treatment. Beyond that, having it at age 5-9 is nearly unheard of. Like, rarer than rare. And of that small percent it's extreme, like bat-shit crazy extreme. You would also lack basic social functions and you would have trouble in school.
User avatar #35 to #22 - electrozz (08/02/2013) [-]
My dad had it. It doesn't get better, and a random fucked up dresser isn't the kind of thing that happens. There is another thing that's kind of like it. It also involves a fucked synapse in the brain. I can't really say much about it and still be saying things that are fully confirmed fact.
User avatar #32 to #22 - mindgerb (08/02/2013) [-]
Burn them jujan. Burn them all...
 Friends (0)