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Defining Normal: The Breaks in Schizophrenia
Jun 21, 2021

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Schizophrenia as an issue is very cultural.
As North America writes it off as insane. If we took the entire "healthy" community everyone could be prescribed medication. Something could be wrong with everyone, with these protocols.
But you take specific villages in Africa and India, such schizo behavior is seen as gifted. You are given the room to act out, as weird it sounds…it is seen as a deep spiritual connection.
The connection is not broken. There is meaningness is such an unexplainable.
If a person loses community, the person begins to suffer. Because the brain itself is a social entity.

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