Stories tagged “schizophrenia”

  • Give In

    I walk down the road slowly, towards Mrs. D’Angelo’s house. He’s in front of me, chuckling darkly and crooking his fingers in the eternal sign of beckoning. My bruised and scabbed face aches in reminder of what he will do to me if I d...

  • Schizo-friendly-a

    “How are things?” said Walter as he took a seat at the old wooden table. “You know, i can’t complain.” replied the man seated across from him. “That’s good to hear.” said Walter, smiling. “I’m...

  • Procedure and Propeganda

    _"Don’t underestimate how popular you really are. They know it, and they’ll exploit it. As has been the case since the inception of society." “Don’t listen to her. They are your friends. They only want what’s bes...

  • Sometimes, it can be fun!

    Sometimes people ask me if it’s difficult being schizophrenic. While the obvious answer would be “yes,” I must further explain by stating that being ‘difficult’ does not always equate to being ‘unpleasant.’ Tak...

  • Mother's Little Helper (2)

    They had no clue that Betty’s morning started before the dew collected on her family’s perfectly manicured lawn. A half-full glass of water waited for Betty and her little helpers: A little orange pill that kept the monsters away, a white o...

  • Violet

    So I’m using this story for a literature class My teacher said to delete So I didn’t look like I was plagiarizing my own work? Makes sense if you don’t think about it Anyway. I’d write a new story but you see my Trig teacher is...

    • Author: Catherine
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
  • Schneider's First Rank Symptoms

    I awoke to find myself driving down a dark expanse of road, bloody hand prints on the inside of the windows and windshield. Only a vague sense of numbness- like anesthesia wearing off- kept me from slamming on the brakes or panicking. Instead, I lifted...

  • Yin/Yang (Mature)

    He had despised her for a long, long time. The way she dressed; the way she slept with as many men as possible; everything about her. Look at her in her short skirt and heels. People like her should not be allowed to walk the face of God’s holy E...

  • In Delirium: Lunch

    A storm, with the spiraling might of a temporal hurricane, forced potent gales of wind against the Los Angeles County two-story, east-side suburban homes. Dark clouds forming low on the horizon grew threateningly. High into a graying sky the mass of va...

    • Author: Sir Bic
    • Posted over 8 years ago.
  • Poison On Your Lips

    As the sun sets into the hill’s embrace I cruise along with no hopes to chase and of all the things you said before why’s it this that kicks me out the door? Just shrug it off you’d say, since no one’s ever coming to take you away I keep my sig...

    • Author: Ariah Oak
    • Posted about 7 years ago.
  • The Candle That Burned From Both Ends

    Call me a liar, When I’m telling you the truth. Always I am in ire, Too serious for a youth. I can see now that you are sick. But that doesn’t mean your words don’t hurt. Your burning from both ends of the candlestick. I tried to tell...