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I do not suffer from Schizophrenia but there seems to be two sides to my life;
On one side, I am a positive young man - well educated, well balanced, happy and ambitious - with a good job, nice car, great partner and happy home life who always wants to better myself.
On the other side, I am unsure, unfulfilled man who has a criminal record (for having a relationship when I was younger with an underage girl), life long illness and just feels empty from time to time with very few friends.
I just feel a little lost and want to be more of the first part of me and less of the second.
I think talking it out may help. Anyone think they can help?
"Life has many dark phases, but they do not last forever. Your life will continuously alternate between happiness and upset, but things will always get better in the end. ..."
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