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I don't want that to sound elitist, but I'd like to be able to hold a good and insightful conversation with her. Don't forget, too, that there are many "intelligences" in human beings, he said, including emotion, humor, kindness, empathy and the capacity for joy in one's life. They shame him for having screen savers of scantily clad comic book characters or even having an interest in women.

'I would not say it's better, but rather a case-by-case thing. The site has been a slow build since 2004 but we've had at least 30 marriages now.' Sue Baker, of Time to Change, a UK organisation that aims to tackle mental health stigma, believes websites such as his are a good idea.That definition has now been scrapped (psychiatric texts are constantly in review, as medical understanding of mental health grows) and officially I now suffer from paranoid schizophrenia.I take medication every day to control my condition, and to all intents you would never know unless I told you. I am a freelance writer, having worked since school in newspapers.Both thought that as I seemed so normal I couldn't possibly need to take medication, and perhaps the doctors were wrong.They persuaded me to stop taking my tablets and, of course, I quickly became unwell. I started to suffer symptoms of psychosis - paranoid thoughts, and obsessions - in 2001.

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