Schizophrenic.NYC Featured in The Article is about; New Yorkers With Auditory Hallucinations Battle Stigmas: Fear of judgment makes it difficult to be open about the condition and its challenges.

Several years ago, Michelle Hammer noticed a homeless man on the subway raising his hands and shaking his head from side to side. Hammer, who lives with schizophrenia, immediately recognized that he was hallucinating. She knew because she had made nearly identical movements during her own periods of psychosis.

“What’s the difference between me and this guy?” Hammer said she thought.

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