You might feel you want to share your experiences of how positive symptoms have impacted on you with other relatives and find out about their experiences. You can do this by posting something on the REACT Group.
Alternatively you might want to discuss your experiences with the REACT Supporter. They can listen to your experiences and help you think about which bits of REACT might be most helpful to go to next.
The Resource Directory lists these resources and more but some websites which you may find useful include:
On this website you can watch Rod, a man with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder, talk about his experiences of positive symptoms here: www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Bipolar-disorder/Pages/Rods-story.aspx
To understand more about what a person can experience when they have positive symptoms of psychosis, you can read a first-hand account in this book: Eyebrows and Other Fish by Anthony Scally. Anthony has a diagnosis of schizophrenia and in the book he recounts how he developed unusual and often frightening belief. [Eyebrows and Other Fish. Scally, A. 2007. Chipmunkapublishing.]