Name: Surra Noir
That's meh name don't wear it out!
Just recently so, mind you.
What is this 'role' you speak of!? What's going on here!?
Likes: Music, fresh air, her headphones (custom made cha~), yummy food, reading, singing (she's pretty good at it too!)
I like lot's of things, but it seems this asylum has stripped me of most of them....
Dislikes: The voices, the doctors, treatment, her room.
Hmmm, how bout you take a look at the asylum?
What's wrong with you: Horrible schizophrenia (see symptoms below). Surra hears voices and thinks she's being watched at all times. However, she doesn't think it's the doctors, nurses, or other patients... There are typically only three voices, although that's changed on occasion.
There is nothing wrong with me!
Why are you here: Her parents didn't want anyone to find out Surra was going crazy. They've been threatening to send her away for a while now, so when Surra randomly attacked a kid at school with her plastic spork, he will never look the same again, it was time to toss their child into a mental institute.
Because my parents are stuck up politicians that care more about their reputation than their only daughter!
Any crushes: This will most likely change soon, but Surra does think a few of the guys out there are kinda cute...
I will never tell you! (she so will)
Schizophrenia is a complex mental disorder that makes it difficult to:
•Tell the difference between real and unreal experiences
•Have normal emotional responses,
•Behave normally in social situations
In Surra's case, these are the specifics:
•Strongly held beliefs that are not based in reality (delusions)
•Hearing or seeing things that are not there (hallucinations)
•Problems paying attention
•Thoughts "jump" between unrelated topics ( “loose associations”)
•Angry or argumentative
•False believes that others are trying to harm you or your loved ones.
•Grimaces or other odd expressions on the face
•Problems with thinking and expressing ideas clearly
(Surra does not experiance all of these at the same time)
Surra knows exactly what her medication should be. After all, she has been a schizophrenic since early childhood. Surra takes Clozapine, and the side effects are sleepiness, dizziness, and slowed movements. Clozapine comes as a tablet and an orally disintegrating tablet (tablet that dissolves quickly in the mouth) to take by mouth. It is usually taken one to three times a day. Take clozapine at around the same time(s) every day. Also, Surra has been taking therapy for quite some time.
•Physical illness: People with schizophrenia may become physically sick, because of an inactive lifestyle and side effects from medication. A physical illness may not be detected because of poor access to medical care and difficulties talking to health care providers.