My Schizophrenia ► Family

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"Just got back from California and I'm back on track to uploading. I'll be working out a upload schedule once I get through the week, but hopefully I can get a gaming video and a vlog up as soon as possible.

I hope this video helps, I know family can be a sore subject for some people and I hope what I've said helps you have a better look on how to develop healthy relationships with people and your family.

If you need someone to talk to or have anything you want to say to me please feel free to comment below, message me on Twitter, or email me at my business email:
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