Schizophrenia In A Beautiful Mind

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Before watching the film A Beautiful Mind I had some understanding of schizophrenia. I knew that it could cause hallucinations, but I never knew it could make the person suffering with go through so much more. Not only does it affect them mentally it also affects the social aspect of their lives. It was surprising to see how the main character of the film honestly thought that these major parts of his life were actually real. He believed he was a spy for the government and that his roommate from college existed. John Nash thought nothing was wrong and seeing his journey with this illness really showed me that it could be devastating. In the film John Nash after being diagnosed with schizophrenia he decided to go off his medication and try

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