Category Archives: English

Schizoaffective Disorder – A Documentary

The appreciated summer break turned into an autumn break, at least when it comes to blogging! The pause was not due to lack of material and discussion subjects, but rather to competing activities that have kept me busy. Activity on the … Continue reading

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Summer Break

Life is sometimes hectic. Everybody needs time to rest and recharge the batteries. While summer is now showing its best features I’ll take the chance to do just that, explaining the temporarily low blogging activity. Enjoy the view!

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Difficult or Impossible?

“The difficult we do today. The impossible takes a little longer.” Motto of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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Avatars Against Voices

Avatar helps persons with schizophrenia deal with voices in their head. By conversing with an avatar representation of the voice, participants in the study got help in dealing with their auditory hallucinations. Read more about it on the New Scientist’s … Continue reading

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Understanding

  “Not the ones speaking the same language, but the ones sharing the same feeling, understand each other.” Rumi

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Laughter

“Laughter is an instant vacation.” Milton Berle “Laughter is the shortest distance between two people.” Victor Borge “I am thankful for laughter, except when milk comes out of my nose.” Woody Allen “Seven days without laughter makes one weak.” Mort … Continue reading

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Help!

“When  you’re drowning, you don’t say ‘I would be incredibly pleased if someone would  have the foresight to notice me drowning and come and help me,’ you just  scream.” John  Lennon

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