Schizo-affective Disorder: If things are going disarray, try to jot down reasons why life isn’t working for you. I find being honest with myself and asking myself what really works for me is helpful.
You can make a plan for your life involving the people you are with, asking them for their help when you need help. As you take charge you can write down the benefits you receive from taking control of your life. Reviewing your medical record and finding how you react to stress, food, clothes, color, and light, can be helpful. Do you feel comfortable in your surroundings? If not how can you change it?
I learned that getting in there, moving my muscles, getting involved in a cause or being with children, exploring the possibilities and loving myself and others has improved my quality of life.