Many people experience hallucinations, delusions, and/or confusions. Only 10-25% of these persons eventually go on to develop schizophrenia or another psychotic disorder.
Before the mental health community start diagnosing these unusual experiences as a disorder, we need to know what having these unusual experiences is actually like for people who go through them, from their own perspectives. Before diagnosis, we start with curiosity, openness, and compassion. What's your story?
I'm also grateful for any thoughts/ideas you may have about a project like this. All questions and concerns are welcome.
Before diagnosis you may start with curiosity and open s
But after that you become a slave inin your own creation our a master... It depends.... If you enjoy that world and want to live like that then you can merrily live... ForFor me the world was without passion, pain, fear, responsibility, satisfaction, enjoyment love etc ... If I wanted toto I could have lived like that... No worries no failure nothing... It would have been easy too... But iI didn't... Anyway thatthat was a choice... When and if you want to make the choice then you feel trapped in your own creation... Helpless burdened and everything... They are similar like that to worlds of normal people..