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People who experience schizophrenia have disorganize speech and thinking They are not aware of their actions and does not want any assistant from no one According to the text book called Psychology A Journey defined the mental illness as A psychosis characterized by delusions hallucinations apathy and a split between and thought and emotion Coon 480 They are very slow processing information in their brain and have lack of interest and external activity On the other hand they must be supervised at all times with or without their medicine When taking medicine they are very calm and easy to communicate Without their drug they can get very daunting because their behavior gets out of control Most people are afraid of people with schizophrenia because of getting hurt by them For example my sister Amy was diagnosed with schizophrenia since 2010 and does not have a clue that she has the mental illness Amy thinks she is normal as everyone else in the world She will talk or giggle to herself and not alert about her behavior at all Amy claims that she is having a conversation with an elderly woman and two young men however no one is there but herself There are times that she argues with the non-human and demanded her body parts back from them as in they took it away from her Amy will share this among us and cries about her experience with the non-human Until one day Amy took her experience and claimed the voices were from our next door neighbor She harassed them and threaten to get even with them It got to the point when we had to put in the psychiatric hospital and had to move out due to the situation with the neighbor After the visit from the psychiatric hospital Amy is taking Aripiprazole which known as Abilify it decrease the voices she hears and able control her actions from hurting anyone
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