I had a psychiatric evalution last week. I have never been diagnosed with Schizophrenia but I'm afraid that the Doctor was slanting the evalution that way. He had me tell him about all the jobs I had over the last 13 years, and kept quizzing me on what time and date that was as I went along. I have had over a dozen jobs and many other major life events over the 13 years and I really messed up on a lot of the dates. I even repeated an event that happened twice giving two seperate timeframes for it. I had my resume and I had fibbed on employment lengths on that to cover up for periods of unemployment. Otherwise I would not have probably gotten any job over the last 4 years. And I also didn't include short periods of employment of a couple weeks or a month or two because to do so would also look really bad. The Doctor didn't know about that either. I could see how he would think I am completely disoriented or maybe delusional if he was comparing my resume to all the jobs I told him about. Now I don't know what to do. He is going to make a diagnosis and I will be stuck with it forever!
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