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12-22-2012, 11:51 PM
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That's whay I'm saying, but I see I worded it completely wrong.



From what I've seen it's mostly labelled on people who (for a lack of better word) appear crazy. They will even appear to suffer from tourettes, in that they randomly say things.

Schizophrenia is hard to diagnose, or at least I'd say so, because how does one prove there are two (or more) personalities living in one person ?

I have read an article about a man who could speak Spanish perfectly at one moment and then not know a word the next.
schizophrenia is often(mistakenly) used to mean a condition in which a person has multiple personalities but it is actually more like someone who has voices in their head, often compelling them to behave in bizarre ways that make them seem like they are someone else...

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