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Have you ever met someone who sees things that aren't there; thinks you can feel their pain; hears voices when it's silent; says things that didn't really happen or thinks people are following them, when they are not? Well, today I'm going to tell you a story about a grandma who does strange things and the reason why.
¿Alguna vez conociste a alguien que ve cosas que no están; piensa que puede sentir su dolor; escucha voces cuando hay silencio; dice cosas que en realidad no sucedieron o cree que alguien lo está persiguiendo cuando no es así? Bueno, hoy le voy a contar sobre una abuelita que hace cosas raras y la razón por la cual.
About the Author
Niurka Ozuna, author of "What's Wrong with Grandma", a heartfelt story based on her personal experience of caring for a loved one with schizophrenia. From an early age, this Dominican American, born and raised in New York City, began to explore ways to creatively start the mental health conversation to destigmatize a topic that is far too often considered taboo. Niurka Ozuna, has a degree in Business Administration and Management from Fordham University. She is a writer, entrepreneur, consultant, sister, daughter, and friend who is passionate about helping others and spreading joy.