Saturday, December 31, 2011

Recovery from Psychosis and Schizophrenia

It is not what you say you believe in that matters
as much as what you demonstrate you believe in.

~ Patricia Lefave ~



For insight into this blog's purpose I suggest you read How This Blog Got Started. Otherwise, feel free to read the newest article below this entry or pick and choose from any previous entries via the Table of Contents to the right.





Without an escort you are bewildered (even)
on a road you have traveled many times (before).
Do not, then, travel alone on a Way
that you have not seen at all, do not
turn your head away from the Guide."

~ Rumi (13th century Sufi poet and mystic)


Guides are those who have been to a place and come back again. In this blog, you will find the voices of many, many guides.



What's New?
  • Feb 12: Susan Lien Whigham: The Role of Metaphor
  • Feb 14: Thumbs Up: Me and Psych Drugs
  • Feb 26: Presumed Causes of Schizophrenia & Psychosis
  • Mar 07: How I Tamed the Voices in My Head
  • Mar 16: Dr. Bertram Karon: Schizophrenia & Therapy
  • Apr 15: Dr. John Breeding: Hallucinations ...
  • May 05: Dr. Maju Mathews: Better Outcomes ...
  • Aug 02: Bi-Polar or Waking Up?
  • Sep 26: Schizophrenia & Hope
  • Oct 05: An Integral Approach to Spiritual Emergency
  • Oct 08: Related Links (Revised)
  • Jan 13: schizophrenia.com


    Note: I had recently opened my blog to comments as a means of soliciting some help for a mother in UK. I did pass on what I received (here and elsewhere) and at this point, am closing my blog once more to comments. I have difficulty enough keeping up with the exchanges in my mailbox. My thanks to those of you who shared information.




    See also, my companion blogs: Spiritual Emergency and Voices of Recovery


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