Klaus Gauger suffered for twenty years of paranoid schizophrenia. With an intense clinical history that includes several treatments of forced admission, Gauger has been able to get rid of the symptoms. This book is the result of the balance of his profound experience with the disease.
Written with a relentless narrative and agile language, this work presents an excellent vision and description of one's experience in the process of treating paranoid psychosis. Its reading will help the reader to obtain an understanding of the disease and the collateral damage that it entails (social exclusion, irreversible side effects, frustration for the lack of empathy, etc.) This testimony that Gauger offers us is, in addition to an interesting and captivating story, a plea to treat this disease with understanding and solve the pending problems that society and medicine have with these patients.