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Inside Schizophrenia

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Featuring engaging conversations and insightful interviews covering a wide range of topics including caregiving, family dynamics, and getting help for schizophrenia. Hosted by Rachel Star Withers, who lives with schizophrenia. Inside Schizophrenia brings firsthand experiences from individuals with schizophrenia, family members, caregivers, and medical experts, aiming to foster a deeper understanding of schizophrenia, shed light on its impact, and develop strategies for managing this serious ...
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I discuss navigating the labyrinth of paranoid schizophrenia as a personal and Informative journey. I'm Diana Dirkby, and I'm living with paranoid schizophrenia. In this podcast, I'll open up about my experiences with this complex brain disorder while also providing a comprehensive overview of schizophrenia itself. Despite sharing common symptoms, each individual's journey with schizophrenia is unique. We all seek tools and strategies to manage our symptoms within the context of our unique l ...
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http://www.schizophreniamovie.com During research I didn't know how to show you how schizophrenic people think and feel. I hope this will get you some ideas. Visit blog and leave comment Remeber DVD is coming soon - live video broadcast where one person will win mp3/video player just by watching trailer with secret message.
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www.jimbonator.com | www.ryangordonflowers.com | An experimental podcast featuring 2 old friends who confess their big mistakes + regrets, analyze schizophrenia (a diagnosis they share), and work on their big side-hustle project: filming an Action Movie that will make them Millions. If you would like to suggest a topic, ask a question, or be on the show, please use one of the following methods to contact us: e: guilttrippingconfessions@gmail.com p: (778) 837-9364 instagram @ryangordonflowers ...
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When this brilliant and prophetic book was first published in 1961, the Christian homeschool movement was years away and even Christian day schools were hardly considered a viable educational alternative. But this book and the author's later Messianic Character of American Education were a resolute call to arms for Christians to get their children out of the pagan public schools and provide them with a genuine Christian education. Dr. Rushdoony had predicted that the humanist system, based o ...
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Until the past decade, there was generally a pessimistic attitude about the treatment of patients with schizophrenia and their outcomes. One key concept that has been identified as critical in optimizing the care and outcomes of patients is continuity of care by a team of healthcare providers. Continuity of care is widely viewed as a key quality indicator for outpatient mental health care and is essential to prevention of relapse and re-hospitalization. Yet, progress has lagged in the implem ...
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People with schizophrenia are at a greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes than the general population. Diabetes is seen in 1 in 5 people with schizophrenia. Metabolic syndrome occurs in 1 in 3 people with schizophrenia. What is causing these physical illnesses in people with schizophrenia? Is this just due to our lifestyle factors? How signific…
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When I, Diana Dirkby, began my journey with paranoid schizophrenia, the path was fraught with misconceptions and isolation. Today, I share not only my story but also engage with the difficult realities of stigma in mental health. Our latest episode ventures into the heart of these challenges, revealing the intricate dance between misunderstanding a…
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As Diana Dirkby, I've walked through the shadowed valleys of paranoid schizophrenia and emerged into the light of understanding and advocacy. May, as Mental Health Awareness Month, offers a poignant backdrop to my candid narrative, where I peel back the layers of stigma and reveal the daily triumphs over the unseen battles within. Join me for a dee…
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When my mother's schizophrenia cast a shadow over her physical health, the consequences were heartbreakingly irreversible. Her story, interwoven with my own, underscores the often overlooked but critical importance of holistic well-being. On today's podcast, I, Diana Dirkby, delve into the complex dance of managing both mental and physical health w…
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Treatment for schizophrenia is a tough journey for people with the illness but also for caregivers and loved ones. Due to cognitive symptoms, hallucinations, and delusions, a person with schizophrenia may not be able to make decisions on treatment or take care of themselves. When should caregivers step in to legally take control over a person with …
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On those days when the sky seems to press down with a weight that's almost tangible, I, Diana Dirkby, understand the unique struggle of navigating life's lows with schizophrenia. Our latest heartfelt conversation delves into the complexities of managing such days, offering personal anecdotes and strategies that have proven invaluable in maintaining…
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Schizophrenia is a condition often shrouded in misconception, and it can be challenging to take the winding road to finding the right treatment. In this podcast episode, I delve into the personal relationship one must foster with their psychiatrist and the crucial role of accurate diagnosis. My novel "The Overlife: A Tale of Schizophrenia" echoes, …
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Discover the often-hidden signals that herald the onset of stress as I continue to share my journey with paranoid schizophrenia in this podcast. I offer an intimate look at my techniques for managing anxiety, a well-known trigger for aggravated symptoms of mental illness. My account includes the physical manifestations of stress I experience, such …
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Discover the surprising ways support can materialize when you least expect it as I, Diana Dirkby, delve into the heart of living with schizophrenia and confronting its associated stigma. Through heartfelt reflections and through observing the likes of Elyn Saks and Michelle Hammer, we unravel the complexities of mental illness and the varied reacti…
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People with schizophrenia have a 10% rate of suicide compared with the general population population’s 1.3% rate of suicide. Suicide is the biggest reason for the decreased life expectancy of people with schizophrenia. Around 40–79% of people with schizophrenia have reported having suicidal thoughts. Why is the rate of suicide higher among people w…
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Imagine grappling with the shadows of your mind while being the only beacon of light for a terror-stricken town. This episode unveils the eerie and myth-laden world of my upcoming thriller horror novel, "Three Kidnapped, Three Siblings, Three Furies." The tale promises to bind you with its suspense as academic and classicist Isabel Morse, who navig…
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Navigating the stormy seas of stress is a voyage I'm all too familiar with, especially as someone living with Paranoid Schizophrenia. On my latest podcast episode, Schizophrenia as I Live it, I, Diana Dirkby, recount a chapter of my life where stress loomed like an uninvited guest, knocking on the door of my mental stability. During this candid dis…
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Living with schizophrenia isn't a journey walked alone, and the podcast episode, recorded by Bek La, Star Royal, and Monika Caesar for the Ikon Institute in Australia, "Schizophrenia and the Self: Living Beyond Diagnosis," is a testament to that truth. The podcast features myself, Diana Dirkby, a published author with firsthand experience of schizo…
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Cracked ribs and broken toes didn't stop me, Diana Dirkby, an author living with paranoid schizophrenia, from reaching a thrilling milestone in my journey as an author. Join me as I recount the harrowing slip that led to physical hurdles yet propelled me to complete my latest manuscript, "Three Kidnapped, Three Siblings, Three Furies." As I navigat…
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There is a huge gap in how people with schizophrenia are expected to recover and then integrate back into society. Many of us are in active treatment and managing symptoms. Now what? How do we function in life? How do we fit into society? We all want friends, to have a purpose, to belong. These desires fall under community involvement. Integration …
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Impulsive thoughts to harm yourself or others, confusing delusional thoughts, thoughts commanding you to do things — all of these are terrifying to experience. A breakdown in the thought process is a hallmark of schizophrenia. When does an intrusive thought become delusional and something a person might act upon? If a person has disturbing violent …
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Navigating the complexities of the festive season while managing mental health can be a solitary journey, but you're not alone. Join me, Diana Dirkby, as I share details of my experiences with schizophrenia during this time, offering solidarity and practical advice to those who may struggle with holiday blues or the pressure of societal norms. Whet…
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Living with a diagnosis of schizophrenia means that you and those around you will experience multiple losses as you navigate the disorder. It can take away relationships, employment, education, performance, independence, and sense of self. Will I keep getting worse? What happens if I have another psychotic episode? What will my life look like in 10…
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Are you ready to challenge your perception of mental health? Join me, Diana Dirkby, as I take you through the winding path of living with paranoid schizophrenia, a journey filled with highs and lows that has provided invaluable lessons. We delve into the importance of gaining objectivity, especially during relapse periods and the crucial role that …
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Unmasking and debunking the fears surrounding those living with Paranoid Schizophrenia, it's time to break down the stigma! I'm Diana Derpy and living with this complex mental disorder is my reality, just as it was for my mother. Join me, as I navigate through the intricate labyrinth of Schizophrenia; from hallucinations and paranoia to the misfiri…
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As someone living with paranoid schizophrenia, I, Diana Dirkby, offer a firsthand account of the often misunderstood world of psychosis and the stigmas associated with it, for example stemming from misrepresentations in the media. Join me as we travel together through my experiences, exploring the complexities of schizophrenia and psychosis and how…
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In this first episode, I discuss the main goals of this podcast and its accompanying book, "The Overlife, A Tale Of Schizophrenia," by Diana Dirkby. Ever felt misunderstood or misrepresented? Often, that's the reality for those living with schizophrenia - a brain disorder that's profoundly complex and still shrouded in stigma. I'm Diana Dirkby, and…
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www.jimbonator.com | www.ryangordonflowers.com | Topics covered in this episode: Turned 40 this year and thinking about my Whole Life. Thinking about age, starting a family, addiction, anxiety, alcoholism, caffeine addiction, nicotine dependency, generalized anxiety, schizo affective disorder, smoking, drinking, veganism, vegans, vegan sex addictio…
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When a mental health crisis hits, it can catch everyone off guard—the person experiencing the crisis and those around them. For many with schizophrenia, this is a person’s first psychotic episode. As a caregiver, friend, or loved one, how do you get help for them? And how does the system work? Today, host Rachel Star Withers, a diagnosed schizophre…
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www.jimbonator.com | www.ryangordonflowers.com | Topics covered in this episode: alcoholism, caffeine addiction, nicotine dependency, autism, bipolar, generalized anxiety, schizo affective disorder, smoking, drinking, veganism, vegans, vegan sex addiction, heaven, hell, schizophrenia, paranoia, psychotic episode, psychosis, jimbo, jimbonator, filmm…
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The LGBTQIA+ community and psychiatry have had a very troubled past, especially when it comes to schizophrenia. Some of the first theories for the causes of schizophrenia actually centered around bisexual desires. There were even theories that people living with schizophrenia were all asexual due to the negative symptoms of schizophrenia. And those…
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We’re thrilled to share that Diana's novel, "The Overlife, a Tale of Schizophrenia," a riveting narrative shedding light on the experiences of living with paranoid schizophrenia, is now available on Amazon in both Kindle and paperback formats. With this episode Diana will wrap up Part 1 of her Podcast series. Part 2 will air soon! Pastime With Good…
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Today, October 10, 2023, is World Mental Health Day and this occasion is the theme of this episode. Pastime With Good Company by King Henry VIII, played by The Chestnut Brass Company Pastime With Good Company, composed by King Henry VIII, played by The Chestnut Brass CompanyDiana Dirkby
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Today's episode summarizes my approach to writing about schizophrenia and psychosis, mental health, and family and relationships in my novel "The Overlife, A Tale of Schizophrenia." Pastime With Good Company by King Henry VIII, played by The Chestnut Brass Company Pastime With Good Company, composed by King Henry VIII, played by The Chestnut Brass …
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When managing schizophrenia, many of us have come to accept that there is a stigma around the disorder. But what happens when the stigma is from the medical professionals who are supposed to be treating, diagnosing, and helping you? Mental health professionals can even turn away people with a schizophrenia diagnosis. When we've been turned away by …
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In this short podcast chapter we announce the appearance of "The Overlife, A Tale Of Schizophrenia" as a Kindle book on amazon.com Pastime With Good Company by King Henry VIII, played by The Chestnut Brass Company Pastime With Good Company, composed by King Henry VIII, played by The Chestnut Brass Company…
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Up to 80% of people with schizophrenia aren't aware they're experiencing early schizophrenia symptoms. Most people with schizophrenia go through a prodromal stage, where there's subtle changes in mood, thinking, and behavior. It's an evolution of the symptoms to come. Early indicators vary based on the age they start. An adult who develops schizoph…
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