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Re: 60 tips for helping people who have schizophrenia

@Cazzza

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@June9

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@Manary

 

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@Muddles17

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 @sunflowers

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Re: 60 tips for helping people who have schizophrenia

@Darcy what's your link with schizophrenia?

Re: 60 tips for helping people who have schizophrenia

@eudemonism

Sz is one of the differential diagnoses that have been tendered in relation to my husband. 

Re: 60 tips for helping people who have schizophrenia

This is great. Thanks. I think the most helpful reminder on here for me is to yry not to fight a person's delusions. I am still in the habit of trying to convince my partner that what he hears is not real in the hopes that he will realise that and get better. Of course it doesn't work like that. I need to practice acceptance and just hope he gets better.

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