posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 04:32 PM
reply to post by ChefSlug
I had a very good friend of mine, whose sister (older) was diagnosed with Schizophrenia in her mid 20s. About 5 or so years of dealing with this she
committed suicide. (God Bless Her)
Later on, my friend told me that her sister would say things that wouldn't make any sense until long after she said them. One case I can give as an
example is this.
The two were eating together, fish... Tilapia to be exact. So the older sister (Schizo-diagnosed) said, "I feel like I'm eating dead people."
Sometime later my friend says she read an article about how there was this place that our tilapia came from, but there was mass amounts of dead people
(from a war or something) and that the government threw all the dead bodies in the body of water with the Tilapia. The fish eat the dead bodies, in
turn making the fish very huge, and then that particular government sold this fish to the USA. (I did not read the article, if anyone knows of it
please let me know.)
I also have an Aunt who is diagnosed Paranoia-Shizophrenic. She thought a news reporter was after her. Talking or threatening her over the radio, on
tv, and even thought her step-dad was HER and she stabbed him with a fork. She is a bit on the wild side even 40 years after that incident. But in her
case the issue was drugs. I guess her doctor told my grandma (her mom) that it could be genetic or drug induced.
Now that I read this OP I wonder if her being PAranoia-Schizo is different than some other versions?
My friends story is rather compelling I think. I have said for many years that people with mental illnesses, special needs, and some other things we
might consider abnormal are really less attached to this world. Therefore very intuitive, physic even?! They don't get fooled so easily by society to
BE a certain way or ACT or LIVE a certain way to be NORMAL.