ME AND MY SCHIZOPHRNIA - Why Children Suffer From Anxiety

Perhaps you have heard of ME AND MY SCHIZOPHRENIA, the new cure for teenage mental disease. This is a book written by a former teenage patient of mine. I read it and was really impressed with her story and what she had to say about ME AND MY SCHIZOPHRENIA. The main character was diagnosed with ME AND MY SCHIZOPHRENIA, and after reading the book, I do feel that she has done a good job of exposing the scam doctors and pharmaceutical companies that use teenage patients as guinea pigs.

As a former anxiety disorder sufferer, I had seen the results of ME AND MY SCHIZOPHRENIA before it became a popular book. After suffering from anxiety attacks as a teenager, I thought that something was wrong and went to the doctor. He gave me a handful of prescriptions for anti-anxiety drugs and said that they should be OK until I started taking them. I started getting anxiety attacks, and my social life was affected because I was worried that people thought I was lazy and stupid. They thought that I was simply weak and not up to going after my anxiety.

In addition to the anxiety, I also began to lose friends. Many of them found out about ME AND MY SCHIZOPHRENIA when I was interviewed in the media. Some said they had never even heard of the disorder. Other's said they were more aware of it due to my speaking out about it during an interview on the news about ME AND MY SCHIZOPHRENIA.

When ME AND MY SCHIZOPHRENIA came out, I was surprised to find that many other parents had been in the same situation as I was. They told me they had put their child on various medications for anxiety, antidepressants, and mood stabilizers without success. I now realize that this is common. There are so many cases of children and adults with anxiety disorders that don't receive treatment, and many of those that do, have only short-term success.

One thing I have learned is that a child with ME AND MY SCHIZOPHRENIA can become very motivated when he or she starts to feel positive about it. He or she can learn that there is a cure for his or her illness and that it is possible to go after his or her anxiety and conquer it. A great way to do this is through group therapy. This way, other parents and children can learn how to overcome their anxiety together.

Today, many children live with ME AND MY SCHIZOPHRENIA. Fortunately, there are treatment options available. Your doctor or psychiatrist can give you more information about them. No matter how you feel about it, every child is capable of feeling anxious at times and finding a cure for it is one of the best things any parent can do for his or her child's mental and physical well-being.