I see alot of people writing about personas they get into during mania. Is it related at all to schizophrenia? I am confused as I lived with a guy 3 years ago who was an alcoholic, ADHD, PTSD, possibly bipolar, severe abuse & trauma, but said they told him he was also schizophrenic. One time he was a mafioso, another the "joint chief of staffs", The Fallen Angel. He said repeatedly he was a gunne sargent in the Marines, but I wonder if that was true. So are personas part of BP or something else? When he was in those "roles" I just went along with it. The mafioso was pretty scary.
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