Ok, so on my psychiatrist's records it says I'm a paranoid schizophrenic, but she tells me I'm bipolar. My psychologist, who doesn't take notes (cause that's just the way she rolls) says I'm schizoaffective, and so did one of my previous psychologists, basing his diagnosis off of my medicine. I've read up on all these disorders and I've found that I'm much more schioaffective than anything else, except I'm paranoid... or was, anyway. But I also relate to the symptoms of Manic Depressive Disorder. So, who should I believe?
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