Joshua tells the story of how the autism and schizophrenia fight back and forth with each other. The Autism is a good thing and it is fighting the schizophrenia which is a bad thing. He must learn to overcome schizophrenia just like he learned to overcome autism. Joshua feels like he has overcome a lot of issues that he had because of autism and he is now working on overcoming many issues related to schizophrenia and psychosis.
This is a very educational and informative book that will take you inside the life of a person with autism and schizophrenia. Learn how Joshua overcomes autism and copes with Schizophrenia. Joshua feels like schizophrenia is the worst part of his life. He has learned to love and embrace the autism and he is making the most out of his life.
Joshua says he will not let autism slow him down ever again. He will battle to overcome all of his social issues and make the most out of his life. Joshua is a fighter and he will never give up again. He shares how he used to have two fights on his hands. The autism and the schizophrenia used to be his battles. But now he has fallen in love with autism and accepted it. He just battles schizophrenia now as he will talk about in this book.
Here is an excerpt from the book.
"Unfortunately my dreams were crushed by the schizophrenia. For a long time though I was very bitter about autism because I thought autism was ruining my dreams because of what was happening to me. All of the strange behaviors that I was exhibiting throughout my early to mid 20's were not because I had autism but they were because I had schizophrenia. It was so hard for me to focus on things and I lost my ability to focus on playing the trombone. It was almost as if the schizophrenia started fighting the autism and they were battling each other and I was confused as to what was what. I saw my life falling apart in front of me but I had no idea what was causing it other than the fact that I was diagnosed with autism in 2007. I had nothing else to blame except for the autism so I took the easy way out and blamed the Autism."
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