It’s been a year and one month since I’ve started sarcosine! A little back story on it: I first heard … Continue reading Sarcosine Strong!
I want to touch on a lighter note. When it comes to living with Schizophrenia it can become very easy … Continue reading Fast Forward Through My Life
Today I am going to give you my best attempt at how it feels to be held by the grips … Continue reading My Mind During Psychosis
Life is full of stress. Being a Schizophrenic leading a normal life, having a normal stress respose is somewhat celebrated. … Continue reading It’s Strange to be Normal
It was a unfortunate turn of events, developing schizophrenia. Living on the edge of sanity, day in and day out. … Continue reading Odd Thoughts to Fixate on
They say the bigger you are the harder you fall. Well every time I succumb to my illness, my road … Continue reading Higher the Climb, the Bigger the Fall
I started this blog with no real goal other than to vent what I’ve had bottled up for so long. … Continue reading Purpose
Everyone talks about adversity, beating the struggle and overcoming obstacles. They’ve been one of the main motivators of my life. … Continue reading Mental Obstacles
It truly sends me back to a dark place, watching someone deteriorate due to heroin. When I started my job … Continue reading Heroin, A Brother’s Love
I used to get lost in video games. As a kid and teenager I would play everyday. Games like Halo, … Continue reading Video Games
I’m having trouble pushing on. I feel like my backs against the wall. The only choices I see ahead of … Continue reading Pushing On
My wife and I have always been the type to suck it up and deal. Last night though I was … Continue reading PTSD, maybe
Growing up I always had this dream of joining the military, The Marine Corps in particular. Many nights I spent … Continue reading Moral of the Story
Depending on how bad I am before I end up hospitalized, it can take a while before I’m back to … Continue reading My Worst Episode’s Road to Recovery
Never giving up is a matter of mindset. When you tell yourself not to give up you need to be … Continue reading Never Give Up!
Let me start by saying that the website from which I buy sarcosine says if you’re going to stop to … Continue reading Withdrawals from Sarcosine
It’s been a long time since my first hospitalization. I’m 26 and I believe I was 14 or 15 the … Continue reading My First Hospitalization
I love hearing success stories. I hear of people who have smoked for twenty five years then one day, out … Continue reading I sit here today with regret.
This is the mind of someone with schizophrenia for you. Sometimes my thoughts are just broken. Add a stressful day … Continue reading Analyzing myself, my minds answer to not being able to sleep
So it’s overdue but as of December 23rd I’ve reached six months of using sarcosine. If you’ve looked up sarcosine … Continue reading Six Months of Sarcosine
So I like to think that I’m a nice person but the attitude I can get is a real problem. … Continue reading My Attitude.
Yes, I have schizophrenia. What if you could see my illness, what then? No doubt it would be a horrific … Continue reading Bare it All Out There
Sometimes when my thoughts are jumbled, I like to take a step back to put things into perspective. One of … Continue reading Putting it into Perspective
Today I’ve been awake since 9:45 and I have to say that I’ve accomplished very little. I’ve spent most of … Continue reading Days like today.
When we view schizophrenia in today’s day and age, we are troubled by all the stigma surrounding it. Movies spreading … Continue reading Pushing back.
Who knows if I’m doing it right. We’re all just blindly following our paths to destinations unknown. During my journey … Continue reading Optimism
Writing has certainly become a passion of mine. Putting my experiences, thoughts and opinions out there gives me a clearer … Continue reading What Writing Means to Me.
Days are different each day. No doubt we’re all faced with something new each day. Sometimes good days turn into … Continue reading Good days, Great Days
Sometimes the hardest part of schizophrenia is the fear that accompanies it. Not of the problems of when you’ve … Continue reading My Worst Fears.
My nights are usually spent laying in bed, wide awake and my mind wandering. I’ve had difficulty sleeping my entire … Continue reading Difficulty sleeping 😴
This one is pure blasphemy but it wasn’t like I could control it. This one happened a long time ago, … Continue reading Adam and Eve delusion
My mental connect delusion is different every time. Although it revolves around a central idea, I’m mentally connected to something. … Continue reading The Mental Connection Delusion
I started experiencing things when I was around 15. One of my reoccurring delusions during my teenage years and on … Continue reading The TV delusion
There’s a lot of taboo subjects in the world. Things we don’t want to talk about, and think that sweeping … Continue reading Taboo
Being someone with schizophrenia is like playing a life long game of Russian roulette. You never know for sure which … Continue reading Handle it
I just wanted to open up about something that’s been bothering me for an hour or so. The fact that … Continue reading The Term “Schizophrenic”
Wiki link for sarcosine Link to brainvitaminz.com I’ve been trying this new brain vitamin supplement called Sarcosine. It’s geared towards … Continue reading One month of Sarcosine
It’s a big world, and I am just a tiny dot in all that exists. My problems seem so small … Continue reading The eyes behind my schizophrenia
Life has many twists and turns. A lot of dead ends and open roads. A life with schizophrenia may close … Continue reading A mile in my shoes
I’d like to take a moment to tell you about myself and how schizophrenia has affected things I like to … Continue reading Some about me
A question I often ask about things. In quiet moments when my mind is all over the place. In order … Continue reading Fragmented thoughts
To schizophrenia is something that can devastate you, and the people around you. The ones who care about you most … Continue reading Schizophrenia to me
I’ve known some people, with various mental illnesses. Some of them take their meds, some don’t. If there is one … Continue reading The gift of your mind far outweighs the side effects of meds
Difficulties arise in everyday life. Overcoming them is your only option. The same can be said about schizophrenia. For me, … Continue reading Overcoming schizophrenia and handling life
Hope comes in many forms. The light at the end of the tunnel, the sun rising to begin a new … Continue reading Hope
Life can push you around sometimes. It doesn’t let up no matter what. It will literally bend you until you … Continue reading Being like life. Relentless, beautiful and diverse
Life can be difficult when you have the overwhelming feeling that you are a burden on people. Feeling accepted can … Continue reading Burdens
If you had a son or daughter with schizophrenia, how would you handle it? No doubt it would be difficult … Continue reading Dealing with problems, Head on
I’m sure we’ve all heard it, the good things in life are hard to find. Could it be maybe we’ve … Continue reading The good things in life.
I’ve realized that even though I have a lot to say, writing is a little more difficult than I thought … Continue reading Rambling
Honestly, I’ve seen a lot of people with schizophrenia that are unable to work. I’m lucky that I can work. … Continue reading Working
You may think that all episodes for a schizophrenic are demonic and terrible. In most of my cases they are. … Continue reading Not All Bad
Stigma is hard to deal with, for anyone. You see the movies, the tv shows and read the books. How … Continue reading Stigma
There are many ways to help with schizophrenia. Day to-day activities are sometimes rough, hard to get through. It’s sort … Continue reading Day to day
Delusions, hallucinations among other symptoms make schizophrenia something unlike anything I’ve ever heard, seen or dealt with myself. I’ve had … Continue reading My Worst episode
It may be odd that I’m trying to keep myself anonymous. Honestly this is the first site I’ve ever made. … Continue reading Anonymous
A lot of people attribute growing up to the number of years they’ve been alive. 18 and you’re old enough … Continue reading Hardship
So I had a thought earlier that I wanted to run with. What makes me, me? The answer is complicated. … Continue reading The making
I think I was 12 when I had my first hallucination. I say I think because one of the symptoms … Continue reading Keep on pushing
I first started showing signs of schizophrenia when I was 12 years old. Though it wouldn’t be until I was … Continue reading More about me.
A life with Schizophrenia can be a difficult one. Not only for the schizophrenic, but those around them as well. … Continue reading The Life of Schizophrenia