Symptoms And Symptoms Of Schizophrenia

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1. Aberration; noun; a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically one that is unwelcome; something that is different from what is normal; Everyone knew that the teenager had an aberration, but they could not figure out why. He would always do weird things, such as laugh when someone died. Soon he was taken to a physiatrist, so diagnosed his aberration as schizophrenia. They realized the reason why he acted so different was because he would think one thing, but act the opposite way. Although the way he acted was an aberration for other people, it was not uncommon for people with schizophrenia to act this way. 2. Abrupt; adjective; sudden and unexpected; something that suddenly happens without warning; Life often comes with abrupt situations. There are often times when one has to change their plans because something unexpected happened. For example, a driver may suddenly pass a red light. This would result in an abrupt accident for one. The accident would cause one to take an abrupt trip to the hospital. 3. Adrift; adjective and adverb; without purpose or guidance; having no aim, goals, or purpose; Amy went to college only for her parents’ sake. It was her junior year and she still had no idea what major to declare. Amy was adrift in college. She had no ambitions or goals. She was lonely on her adrift journey. 4. Acquiescent; adjective; ready to accept something without protest; agreeing to do something without argument; In some cultures, it is tradition for
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