Tagged with schizoaffective disorder- schizo-affective disorder

SHERRY GOES SANE Schizoaffective

Paranoia and Schizoaffective Disorder   Answer to Reader Question from Allison- “How did you first become paranoid?” I can best describe how I became paranoid by saying I had a traumatic childhood. Because of the abuse I took from my step father, my mental system of dealing with pressure began to erode. I became an … Continue reading

ARTWORK Master

Schizoaffective and Bipolar Disorder oil painting   Recent oil portrait I have done named “Old Master.” 20×24

ABOUT Children

Preemie Mental Health Month   This month is Mental Health for Wellness Month. I am so proud to announce that I became a Great Grandma to little Phoebe Ann Marie Bell. More about Phoebe.She is 3lbs. 5oz. and knowing the struggles she is going through, being hooked up to IV’s, tubes in her nose, lessens what … Continue reading

‘Arranging flowers’

My painting of young Julie A. Fast arranging flowers. Every time Julie has invited me to her lovely home to visit her mom’s beautiful garden, she plucks a bouquet from the sweet earth and hands it to me. Friends are the flowers in the gardens of life.  

HOME Sherrys Events

Schizoaffective experiences recorded Oregon State Hospital Doctor Mickey Stellavato I’m going to the Oregon State Hospital Museum. “Maybe I’m Crazy (lyrics from “Crazy,” by Gnarls Barkley) and “All She Wants To Do Is Dance,” by Don Henley, are playing on the radio. That means they know I am coming since I was out of my … Continue reading

Interview- ‘The Stigma of Mental Illness Radio’

On October 2, 2014, I have the honor of being interviewed on ‘The Stigma of Mental Illness Radio’ by Chrissie Hodges. It will happen at 2pm. Pacific time on www.cosmicbroadcasting.com. Chrissie is the award winning Public Speaker who specializes in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Please listen in and enjoy the program.

Interview at OSH Museum

I have the special opportunity to be interviewed by Dr. Mickey Stellavato for a story about my experiences at the Oregon State Hospital, on Sept. 25th. The interview will be held at the Oregon State Hospital Museum at 2 pm. Here is an excerpt about Salem from my book Sherry Goes Sane: Salem! I’m in Salem. … Continue reading

My brother Doug’s Anniversary

Every year on September 16th, I celebrate my brother’s anniversary. I remember the first year I made an AIDS quilt with a blue and pink background and his name in the shape of a cross. I would go on a sentimental yet passionate walk watching the trees undress their branches into the brilliant colors of autumn, … Continue reading

‘Raging Autumn Sea’

My oil painting of the Raging Autumn Sea. Every time I paint, I am moving further away from my diagnosis. You have to pinch me to remind me that I have schizoaffective disorder, I feel so normal.