You’ve heard the stories: A man experiencing homelessness who has been diagnosed as schizophrenic panhandles for change, though few people stop because of his bizarre behavior.
He refuses help from a governmental or charitable organization. His family finds him, but he won’t let them do anything to help.
Or this one: A bipolar woman has manic psychosis. She is convinced that her coworkers and people on the street are reading her mind and planting thoughts in her head.Read more on themighty.com