It's Reefer Madness all over again, somehow.
She got a lot of things wrong.
“There’s nothing 'natural' about it. They’re just deadly chemicals made in a lab."
“She did not conform to any known psychiatric illness.”
Can a cop successfully play the role of a mental health professional?
Hearing voices isn't always a bad thing.
Since when is levitation a symptom of schizophrenia?
Understanding one of the most misunderstood mental health conditions.
I became what I believe most clinicians would refer to as "a complete fucking nightmare."
People under 30 who have experienced first-time psychosis are 24 times more likely than their peers to be dead within a year.
A growing movement of people with schizophrenia and other conditions argue that hearing voices shouldn't necessarily be treated clinically—but many leading psychiatrists disagree.
Virtual reality is here—and with it, perhaps, the possibility of the complete physical experience of killing someone, without harming a soul