Descartes once said that human beings are predisposed to become certain individuals with innate mindsets that cannot be changed. That could not be more false for Blair Pevensie, patient zero of the unexplained mental disorder known as "Psychosia". Psychosia triggered Blair to become both erratic and confused, to become both homicidal and suicidal, engaging in behaviors outside her conscious and moral recognition. Her fatal life inside Eloquoia Psychiatric Hospital was a destiny carved out from her traumatic surroundings as a forgotten and abused existence, forcing her to live a life of criminality, insanity, and eventual death.
Lena Ma is a self-published author of several books related to romance and the human mind, including "Just Like Me: Fallen Victims of the Mind" and "Broken & Abused: The Imprisoned Mind". She hopes her novella "Psychosia: The Unexplained Disorder" can help others realize that all human beings have mental illnesses even if they cannot be defined by a standard definition, and that our surroundings and lifestyle choices ultimately shape who we turn out to be.