Think Positive, Stay Active and Get Ready to Fight Arthritis
Experiencing pain can be the toughest part of arthritis. It not only breaks the positive spirit of people, but also depresses them over time. In conditions like arthritis, the pain is excruciating, and the result could be the sudden or gradual breakdown of cartilage or nerves, or injury. This type of pain interferes with your daily life activities and degrades your performance as a professional. In fact, it prevents people from resting: according to a report some people can’t even sleep because of pain, which only makes the condition worse.
Being Diagnosed with Paranoid Schizophrenia
My name is Sarah and I’m 26. I’ve experienced hearing voices for as long as I can remember. I was diagnosed with Paranoid Schizophrenia 3 years ago. When I experience the voices, they are quite negative on occasion: they will tell me that nobody wants me around and that I’m better off alone.
I have been experiencing the voices frequently these last few weeks, and recently they told me that if I take my meds then they will blow my house up. I live with my parents. Fortunately, I have found that I’m quite upfront with people. But today my mam tipped me over the edge, then I became nastily upfront with her, and I walked off & made her cry 😢. I love my mam to bits and will try and do everything for her. After seeing her crying and being upset, I started crying myself. I started having thoughts and hearing voices telling me and showing me to cut and overdose.
Please don’t keep asking me to explain how I feel.
I don’t know, I can’t explain it.
Just sit beside me and hold my hand.
Wipe my tears for me.
And then smile with me because it will be alright.
I will be alright.