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    Default are you schizo

    any type, schizophrenic, schizoaffective, schizo typal, etc?

    p.s. I kept the poll private, because I understand people don't want to reveal certain things and that's respectable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    any type, schizophrenic, schizoaffective, schizo typal, etc?
    My family has a lot of mental illness. One of my aunts is a very progressed stereotypical schizophrenic. (She has that beautiful mind genious/ serious mental illness factor.)

    She's actually hilariously funny and very insightful, and brilliant, but unable to function in this world without medications. She's nearly homeless. Our family keeps her independent with a roof over her head. She is well ingrained in the mental health system in her city.
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    yeah i heard full blown schizophrenia is worse than schizoaffective, I don't ever want to develop schizophrenia which I'm at risk for unfortunately because schizoaffective can progress to that from my understanding. but I am high functioning but I was a lot higher functioning before i got sick, now i'm average when I should be functioning well above average.
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    Full blown Schizophrenia is worse than schizoaffective. The recovery rate for schizoaffective people is a lot higher than those with schizophrenia. Schizoaffective is mainly a mood disorder. They are discussing taking it out of the DSM. (Read the bipolar one and the schizoaffective descriptions, they are very very similar). My GAF score is really high. I'm looking forward to my almost normal life.
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    Avoidant, followed closely by schizotypal and schizoid. (MCMI result from 25 years ago)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainbows View Post
    Full blown Schizophrenia is worse than schizoaffective. The recovery rate for schizoaffective people is a lot higher than those with schizophrenia. Schizoaffective is mainly a mood disorder. They are discussing taking it out of the DSM. (Read the bipolar one and the schizoaffective descriptions, they are very very similar). My GAF score is really high. I'm looking forward to my almost normal life.
    that's if you have the bipolar subtype, I have the depressive subtype. I don't have the mania I have the really bad lows and the psychotic symptoms. I've been told by every single doctor that their is no way I'm bipolar I don't experience mania
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    I sure hope not. My grandmother had schizophrenia though. Considering that onset is usually late, and I'm only 22...it's worrying.
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    I started having minor symptoms on and off since I was around 12 wasn't diagnosed til 23 mines very slow progressing which is good.
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    I have most, maybe all of the schizoid traits, but since it hasn't impacted my ability to have a ''normal'' life, I don't think I classify.
    I voted ''possibly'' but I really don't care about the possibility.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    I sure hope not. My grandmother had schizophrenia though. Considering that onset is usually late, and I'm only 22...it's worrying.
    I've heard that the average age of onset of schizophrenia is 18 in men and 25 in women.
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