Thame, United Kingdom, October 04, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- About Schizophrenia - The Last Taboo:
This book is David Stewart's biography and presented as a "Walter Mitty meets science fiction" story. It will give the reader an insight into schizophrenia, the effects it has and how the symptoms can appear many years before a diagnosis. Delusions can be a giveaway, hence the Walter Mitty reference.
Most people think of schizophrenia as people with multiple personalities and a propensity to ax murder. This is very rare, most schizophrenics are terrified of the world around them and would not hurt a fly.
Schizophrenic delusions come in a number of forms: paranoid delusions, conspiracy delusions, memory delusions, people delusions and creative delusions. All these have been evident in the author’s life in very complex ways.
Some of what the author believed to be true, in the cold hard light of day, is in fact fantasy or "episodic" delusions.
Some of the stories are the author’s fond memories; others are recollections of his hell.
It is left to the reader, to decide for themselves what was true and what was not. Remembering that sometimes the truth can be more unbelievable than fiction.
This work is available worldwide:
Paperback: 210 pages
Dimensions: 12.9 x 1.8 x 19.8 cm
Publisher: Michael Terence Publishing
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