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TaetaeRyn

530d

So I’m taking an abnormal psychology class in college, and we all have to interview someone with a mental disorder—it can be anything. I’m very excited because I have the opportunity to interview someone with schizophrenia, though I’m having trouble coming up with good questions to ask... I’ve been trying to cram-study schizophrenia to come up with better questions, but it’s especially difficult because I have to take into account that (a) schizophrenia makes his brain process differently, and (b) English isn’t even his first language. No student in my school has had the opportunity to interview someone with schizophrenia, so I want to make the most out of this opportunity. If anyone has any ideas for what I could ask or just suggestions in general it would be much appreciated~

    • Abigailborja

      520d

      I don’t know how happen. It just happen sometimes and the more I try to go the worse get and the voice of people talking about me get worse but I think that’s the poin but I don’t think it’s good idea to do that or that they watching me get worse I wasn’t like that but some people make me schizophrenic I have I lot to tell I don’t speak English

    • Theneurologyman

      523d

      What type of hallucinations does he have? Like auditory or visual or tactile or smell? What is he paranoid about? What is he delusional about?

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