Once schizophrenia hits you or anyone in your family, it’s a lifelong process to deal with. My father in law was diagnosed with it 10 years ago, and it subsided 8 years ago but has resurfaced again. We thought we knew everything there was to know about this condition, but when it hit him again, we noticed it was not entirely like the first time: he was acting stranger. To be honest, we didn’t know what else to do but rely on the words of our trusted doctor, but then a friend recommended “Complete family guide to Schizophrenia”. This was one of the biggest changing points of our lives because we started seeing it as a way to change our attitudes, as opposed to simply seeing it as a deadly illness. Apart from the basics of what the illness entails and the treatments, this book is awesome because it helps you change your mindset entirely, and helps you adopt a positive attitude towards anything. If you survive this, you can survive anything. Well written book!