Kimura began having symptoms of schizophrenia in high school. The book’s “comic essays” tell her personal experiences. The book discusses the story of Kimura’s situation when she began having symptoms, as well as her daily life with auditory and visual hallucinations, from her own perspective.
According to the book, about 1 in 100 people have schizophrenia. Psychiatrist Masahiko Shidō provided columns for the book explaining what schizophrenia is and what to do if someone you know begins having symptoms.
Cosplayer Kuro Akagi posted a four-page manga about Asperger syndrome on Twitter in January. Yū Yūki and Sō‘s Comical Psychosomatic Medicine manga also discusses various mental illnesses and conditions.
Source: Comic Natalie
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