Schizophrenia and the Closet

I wish everyone would get this. Once I came out of the closet about my mental illness, no one cared. There is an old saw that people notice first what you are trying to hide. I don’t wear a T-shirt that says “Schizophrenic” but often I tell people I have had mental problems since my discharge from the Army. It is the principal fact of my life. Some day I will be able to write a book that does not mention my mental illness. Life gets better and better each day.

Published by Christopher G. Bremicker

Special Forces medic stationed at Ft. Bragg NC from 1968 to 1970. BA English and MBA, both from University of Minnesota. Fisherman, grouse hunter, downhill skier.. Plays handball and reviews theater. Present job at Walgreens in St. Paul MN is forty-sixth job since high school. Hometown is Cable WI.

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