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    My Personal Recovery from Schizophrenia
    Victoria blogs about her recovery from Schizophrenia. She was diagnosed in 2008 with Schizophrenia by a team of doctors at UCLA and later was given the diagnosis of Schizoaffective Disorder. Since her diagnosis, she has earned a Masters Degree in psychology and currently works in the mental health field. She began this blog in 2013 to help others living with similar diagnosis and to give them hope that recovery is possible. - 14-Dec-2013 - Hits: 988 - Rate This | Details
    Sticking It to Stigma
    A blog chronicling the blog author's life with schizoaffective disorder. They hope to inspire others who live with anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or other mental illnesses and be an advocate against the stigmatization of mental illnesses in general. - 12-Feb-2016 - Hits: 132 - Rate This | Details
    Suicidal No More Top Rated
    Jennifer has been living with Schizoaffective Disorder for many years, and has detailed the symptoms she experiences, from auditory hallucinations to suicidal depression, on her blog which is aimed to provide information, support, awareness, and most importantly hope for people living with serious mental illnesses. She writes about attending college while living with a severe and persistent mental illness, facing stigma, working as an advocate with NAMI, working a part time job while dealing with psychosis, coping with the difficulties of daily functioning, triumphing over adversity with the help of treatment including medications, therapy, and sometimes hospitalizations, surviving and thriving. She is proud of the fact that, despite her brain disorder, she is alive and functioning well at the age of 40, and has published the book Episodes of Schizophrenia and been included in the anthology Parts Unbound: Narratives on Mental Illness and Health. Primarily, she writes to use her voice. - 15-Mar-2011 - Hits: 637 - Rate This | Details
    Tardive Dykinesia and Oromandibular Dystonia - Options for Treatment Top Rated
    For those suffering from orofacial dyskinesia, the search for solutions can seem hopeless. With a degree in nursing from University of California at San Francisco and several years medical editing experience, Debra Fluere was determined to find solutions for a family member suffering from this condition. This post was written after months of intensive research in hopes of aiding anyone else suffering from tardive dyskinesia or oromandibular dystonia. - 3-Sep-2015 - Hits: 92 - Rate This | Details