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Schizophrenia

Parenting Awareness: Troubled teens with Schizophrenia may display: psychotic symptoms - hallucinations (false perceptions) such as hearing voices, delusions (false beliefs), disorganized thinking or speech (unable to sort out what is relevent or not relevant to a situation), bizarre behavior.

Additional negative symptoms include apathy and the inability to follow through on tasks, an inability to experience pleasure and to enjoy relationships, the inability to feel and express emotions, and the inability to focus on activities. Those struggling with Schizophrenia often display impoverished thought and speech processes.
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Schizophrenia

Can Children Have Schizophrenia?

Children over the age of five can develop schizophrenia, but it is very rare before adolescence. Although some people who later develop schizophrenia may have seemed different from other children at an early age, the psychotic symptoms of schizophrenia—hallucinations and delusions—are extremely uncommon before adolescence (Arthur Buchanan)

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