Though she describes lithium as her savior, she admits to attempting suicide and succumbing to psychotic breakdowns.
Of course, I'm not a psychotic—I understand it's a movie—but I still couldn't look at them.
Would someone with a psychotic disorder be able to be in the CIA and hide it?
This can be real or imagined, meaning that it can be psychotic thinking that the child is suffering.
How can we taxonomize their experience, and differentiate it from hallucination, or psychotic break?
And the sharp uptrend in individual psycho-neurotic and psychotic behavior.
Yet they were not psychotic and hardly more than mildly neurotic.
So, for the first time, we gained an understanding of psychotic condition by comparing it with the normal course of love.
And then again, a psychotic or a professional gunsel may not register at all.
And always for the same reason—to stop the steadily rising incidence of psychotic maladjustment.
psychotic psy·chot·ic (sī-kŏt'ĭk)
Of, relating to, or affected by psychosis. n.
A person affected by psychosis.
Plural psychoses (sī-kō'sēz)
A mental state caused by psychiatric or organic illness, characterized by a loss of contact with reality and an inability to think rationally. A psychotic person often behaves inappropriately and is incapable of normal social functioning.
psychotic adjective (sī-kŏt'ĭk)