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Those of us with severe mental illness are here and should be visible in the mental health conversation

Self care, wellbeing, mindfulness, depression, anxiety. All words the general public are accustomed to hearing. They are part of the mental health conversation and have become integral to increasing understanding of mental illness.  What about psychosis, schizophrenia, PTSD? These are terms that still make people feel uncomfortable and on edge. People still believe that if you […]

Psychosis

A Life Lived Vividly Series – I Can Do Anything! Delusional Thinking And Me

I live with bipolar disorder, but also have symptoms of psychosis, which includes delusional thinking. I describe what delusions are in the post A Life Lived Vividly Series – What Is Psychosis? When I’m manic I experience delusions. I think I can do anything. I have what’s called delusions of grandeur, where I believe I’m better […]

Psychosis

A Life Lived Vividly Series; What Is Psychosis?

Welcome to the start of a new series of posts on Stumbling Mind, dedicated to psychosis. I’ll be sharing the lived experiences of others, discussing delusions and what they mean and describing some of the more surreal occurrences I’ve had when hearing voices. In this post, I’ll start at the beginning; what is psychosis? Psychosis […]

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