Why are we afraid to talk psychosis? — Shedding Light on Mental Illness

You have that question written now. I can get through your mind easily. It is so simple for as I have the same experience. What matter most should be the triggers we had, or we have them now. It is a long line of causes and effects.

I take this. “I contend we don’t talk about psychosis because we are afraid. And that fear is perpetuated by our silence”. I know the facts how people judge with words and actions. They are so careless. They change people’s lives as what they judge.

Imagine you have been in a long deep sleep, filled with far fetched dreams-maybe even nightmares. Did you ever wake up and say, “Wow! That dream was so real.” And maybe it takes a little while to regain your sense of consciousness. To decipher between what was a dream and what was not. Now imagine, […]

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Where are we now? Shall we go on with all uncertainties around us? Once I said, “I quit!” It is also a fact that we never quit in a real sense of meaning.

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