Ok, I am a current schizophrenia patient. I have been going to a new counsellor for my treatment while on my medication. They ask me my symptoms and then tell me that i am not schizophrenic. they claim i may have been misdiagnosed but at the same time i fit around 65% of the symptoms. What could be the problem here i wish i could per se know what the heck is wrong with me to where i can live a more stable life and to be a better parent to my son. Any advice/input on this situation. As a heads up i have not exactly let them into my delusions due to the medications actually letting me have moments of claritry. however i have had a plan set up on paper for the last 6 years on how to rule the world by a non violent means and how to achieve this goal.View Thread
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