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coolboy

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Hi!

My son has 32 years old, and he has paranoid schizophrenia!

He obtained this illness before 16 years, and all the time he has

Contact with psychiatrist, and he take regular therapy!

I noticed that other people with similar illness live normal life,

But my son with obtained the illness lost many abilities:

He can’t to drive car, he can’t to work mostly of intellectual’s jobs,

He can’t to work physical works, he can’t read books, he can’t watch

Movies etc. etc.,!

For these reasons very difficult is to find any job for him!

Why my son lost many abilities when he obtained this illness?!

How he can improve his state?!
 
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No, finding a job is very difficult for everybody. Very, VERY difficult!

You can't blame this on his mental state, NOBODY is able to find a job right now. He has to keep looking and you have to keep supporting him.

It sucks I know.
 
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I went through brief periods where I couldn’t read or watch tv from psychosis. And today it’s still a struggle sometimes and this hit me when I was 30 years old. I have to work a contract job because most days I still suffer from psychosis and can’t work.. getting to a point to work a normal job seems nearly impossible, so he’s not alone. Good luck
 
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I am 31 years old with PS and for me is very difficult, too
 
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Hi!

My son has 32 years old, and he has paranoid schizophrenia!

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I noticed that other people with similar illness live normal life,
(My bold.)

I beg you to provide evidence of this: people with paranoid schizophrenia living "normal lives". Your son has this illness partly due to genetics and partly due to environment; he is not responsible for either component. And instead of expecting him to live a normal life, maybe you should be glad he isn't confined to a wheelchair.

I'm sorry if that sounded harsh but it's true.
 
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