How can my partner go through spells where they seem perfectly normal and loving, while at other times they are completely irrational?
As one husband put it, “I have been dealing with my wife’s SZ for 10 of our 20 years of marriage, and the one thing that I can tell you is this disease is so unpredictable. Just when you think things are stablizing a relapse occurs, or just when you think things can’t get any worse they can suddenly take a turn for the better.” Although living with schizophrenia is a life of trial-and-error and unpredictability, there are certain things you can do to help your partner effectively manage their illness, and make day-to-day living a calmer experience for both of you. It’s always a good idea to have a “get better” and “get worse” plan in case your partner’s illness takes a turn one way or the other – know your resources, who you can call on for help, and what you will do in each case. Getting a treatment plan and sticking to it is a vital part of symptom control – medication is the best tool we have right now to deal with schizophrenia symptoms. Working and communicating with your partner’
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