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4 Tips for Disclosing Your Schizoaffective Disorder

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If disclosing your schizoaffective disorder scares you, you are not alone. The stigma alone can make it feel unsafe to share your diagnosis, but in some cases, it can be better or even necessary to disclose.

Here are a few tips on opening up about your schizoaffective disorder diagnosis. 1. Start disclosing with people you feel safe with. If possible, start by disclosing to people close to you who you think would be the most supportive, whether that’s friends, co-workers, or any other person with whom you feel comfortable.

For me, it was two close friends. While I wasn’t convinced they would respond well and I would have been devastated had they not been supportive, they were two of the people who I felt most strongly connected with and who

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