If we try to make an objective description from the perspective of "Mental patients" as the main body, for schizophrenic patients, we will find that one of the biggest problems is that there is a crack in the interpersonal communication between the patient and the life world in which he lives. . For example, when a person with schizophrenia hears hallucinations, he hears someone scolding him "White eyes, go to hell", because he can't distinguish between hallucinations and reality, he thinks that others can hear them, but others are nothing, he thinks about these people what's wrong? I looked back for the source of the sound, but couldn't find it, so I yelled at the possible source of the sound "Qian" (described by others as talking to myself), but at this time, others looked at me.
patient was also confused, and tried to explain to his relatives and friends how he really felt, such as when he heard that he was being abused and how a secret group wanted to harm him, but at this time, the relatives and friends around him all replied to him and said, "There is no such thing, don't think about it, are you too tired?" relatives and friends become another Raster to Vector Conversion object for the patient to deal with, because relatives and friends simply do not acknowledge his feelings and thoughts, and cannot help him at all. Later, when the patient stopped communicating with others and fell out of the world connected with others, he was like an orphan who had to struggle on his own.
one is the world we identify with together, and the other is the hallucination system that only he himself feels (but both are equally real to the patient), we suffer from inability to distinguish. So when faced with the patient's telling of his real and terrifying experience, the first step should be to listen to him, rather than deny his subjective experience. We can empathize with his emotions first and say, "What you feel is really bothering you, right?" later, we can further express that there are some situations that we cannot feel, and we will seek experts who understand these situations to see how they respond. In order to prevent patients from going in the direction of "Orphans".