Paranoid schizophrenia and dating
Seeing something is wrong, sometimes is very difficult.I disagree with the other poster who said to regard him as something less as anything you want him or her to be...Image Source: Relationships are full of ups and downs, but what would happen if one partner was diagnosed with schizophrenia.
He dumped me after 2 weeks when his paranoid thoughts came back.
People are not defined by their medical label, and although you might see that as bad, there are many parts of someone's character that are not defined by that, are doubtless good, and sometimes get overlooked.
It's difficult to deal with, but then a lot of people are difficult in relationships anyway.
If you can see past something’s, regard them as funny (to yourself), learn to talk to us in an altered way when we are sick, we can be talked OUT of psychosis (That is what a good therapist does). It is my subconsciousness talking to my consciousness.
Some of us believe the government watches us, that satellites track our moves, that airplanes are up there spying on us, and so on.... But any doctor will tell you that I am “just a schizophrenic” and regard me as “just another person who hears voices, they must be crazy” etc…We are caring, compassionate people, who have feelings, and, sometimes those feelings are extremely intense.