new treatments any time soon, but the results have given researchers “their first biological handle” on the psychiatric disorder that affects more than two million Americans
Side Note from Felina Silver Robinson: Olivia Dean is emotionally tormented by a boy named Jack and she can’t seem to deal with it on top of all of her other problems. It doesn’t matter that she’s beautiful. Jack doesn’t care. Olivia balances her schizophrenia, anorexia, and cyber-bullying. But what’s worse is that she also has to deal with social isolation. How do you make friends if you have to deal with all of this and you’re just a teenager? Maddy Warnes does an amazing job telling Olivia’s story.
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