When I was 16, I was diagnosed with prodromal schizophrenia. In some ways, it was a very frightening time. I knew I could no longer trust reality as I perceived it.
I began to question everything I was perceiving. What is real? What isn’t real? How do I tell the difference? As a natural progression from that questioning, I was forced to become analytical.
I’ve found the better you become at analyzing and explaining what is real, the easier it is for you to identify what isn’t real.Read more on themighty.com