Do you hink we could all possibly be schizophrenics

@werdan88 (273)
October 30, 2009 4:57pm CST
People suffering from schizophrenia would have a reality different from ours. DO you think i s possible that we are all schizophrenics? We just don't know about it. What do you think? :)
2 responses
@ybong007 (6659)
• Philippines
10 Nov 09
maybe it's just that normal people are able to differentiate the reality from what's not. I have a friend who have gone crazy but recovered from it after three months, and he did recall the things he did with so much detail. He explained that there's just this voice that keeps on telling him what to do that tend to distract him every now and then. Cheers!
• United States
7 Nov 09
I would think that we all have different realities. But what makes us able to relate to each other? Well, we have the commonality of language... So this must be one reality we share. Well, no. Each person uses language differently. Some people would equate dancing to talking. But why does it seem like some people don't fit in more than others? Credentials for this would be that if they are in a mental institution or a jail. Some sort of "correctional facility" where others will be safe from them. OK there are extremes. But personally, I am partiall to a schizophrenic because I have schizo-affective disorder. I think that in the neglected parts of everyone there are places that would be surprising to discover. Perhaps most people do not want to discover any hidden bias or darkness that is unconsciously guiding their life, but they will choose to live pretty safely. Others that wonder about what's going on may find things, and may need help to deal with them!