My Schizophrenic Experience
by Dennis Hou
Publisher: Smashwords 2013
Number of pages: 78
This book is a written account of my true life experience battling schizophrenia. I start off 'hearing' people gossiping about me, but as time progresses I start talking to people physically as well. As my symptoms worsen, I am admitted to hospital, but still treatment resistant. After finally going through Electroconvulsive Therapy and being put on Clozapine, I am finally stable.
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