Only once has he ever attempted to hurt me during these (choking) but he snapped out of it quickly, and it has never happened again.
Since then he's switched to a much better psychiatrist, who actually talks to him and listens rather than just writing his prescriptions and pushing him out the door, and his symptoms across the board have all improved drastically.
I feel daily the aftermath of dealing with my ex and that's caused enough damage.
Because it's a very tough disease to treat as many who suffer from it stop using their medication.
Worse, it's significantly heritable, giving you a high chance of having a child with Schizophrenia. Eventually he trusted both himself and me, and I would hold him as he went through this.I'd like to have kids someday, so that might affect my decision too.Ask Women: A subreddit dedicated to asking women questions about their thoughts, lives, and experiences; providing a place where all women can comfortably and candidly share their responses in a non-judgmental space.If I were to meet and fall in love with a schizophrenic man though, I honestly have no idea. I know not all schizophrenics are the same, but he is who i have experience with.If a guy had a very long history of stable, compliant treatment i would consider it.
I'm weary of those with serious and multiple mental health diseases. I'm sorry, mental illness is something I would much rather avoid for both my comfort in the relationship as well as worries about our future (ability to hold down employment, how the illness will affect future children, etc.) I feel the same way about addiction.