In the 20 years I have practiced medicine, some cases continue to serve in the post after the disease, cooperate with treatment, exercise health preservation, and reduce the intensity of business, and live a good life. There are also cases of changing runways, currently holding other licenses, and the job vacancy is in demand. As far as life is concerned, in fact, it is still possible to plan well and steadily. Denying the problem is a common defense mechanism for family members in the early stage, but this will not make the problem go away. Working with the medical team to face the problem and solve the problem will be a very important step towards stability. Religious folklore may be soothing, but this is not recommended for folds.
The treatment should still be the mainstay, and the others should be auxiliary. Especially during hospitalization, I know that many parents will do everything possible to find some solutions, but some people will try to raise their own worth by belittling government-certified and evidence-based helpers, but their hearts are no longer in the right way, how number list can it be effective . Many masters, brothers, sisters, and pastors I know do not interfere in the treatment, but assist in the treatment. If you believe in religion and your heart is sincere, you will not ask for anything from you. Also, telling the doctor will not solve the problem. We are definitely on the same front as the patients and their families. The common enemy is the disease, not the doctor.
And the above advice also applies to children in similar situations. Further reading The Complete Manual of Schizophrenia: Difficulties Families Have When Trying to Build Relationships—Patients Can't Express Emotions Clinical psychologist talks about schizophrenia: try to connect with the patient's bi-perceptual system, so that he will not become an "orphan" "Schizophrenia": Do parents' marital relationships and parenting styles cause children to suffer from schizophrenia? What if someone around me wants to commit suicide? Ten Principles Psychology Ph.D. Learned from Clinical Work This article is reproduced with permission from Li Junhong, the original text is published here Responsible editor: You Jiaquan Reviewing editor: Weng Shihang