Hello- Thank you for asking the question. I have over 30 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families & am happy to reply.
I am sorry to hear about this.
If this occurs in isolation or when you are alone, I would make and effort to be with others and plan your time to do this.
This way you won't have the "free floating" thoughts that are coming when you are just alone or by yourself.
Doe that make sense?
Do you have friends or others you can spend time with.
yeas i have my family i spend time with
Make an effort to use your calendar to fill in something for every day. Get outside, take a walk, do something fun. It doesn't have to be complicated or cost money. Just stay busy and you will feel better.
The symptoms and course of schizophrenia are different for everyone, and some people will have an easier time than others. But whatever your situation, you can make things better by taking care of yourself. Not only will the following self-care strategies help you manage your symptoms, they will also empower you. The more you do to help yourself, the less hopeless and helpless you’ll feel.
sometime i need a place that to write something and i do but i end up with feeling of loseing
I understand- Try and keep a notebook with you that you won' t lose . Write something every day.
Use the above tips to help you structure your day and you should feel better.
I will respond to what you are typing- but I have to step away for a few moments. I will definitely respond to what you have written
and there another thing sometime i need to ask things about the different between side effect of schizophrenia and normal life living i end up confusing my self