Travis shares some of his paranoid thinking from having Paranoid Schizophrenia. Travis describes how he is afraid the state and Autism non-profit organizations are conspiring to team up and hurt him because he is high functioning and developed a severe mental illness. Travis shares how he has difficulty maintaining employment and succeeding in school or other areas in his life.Travis shares first hand experiences about what some of his greatest fears are. He will also discuss and share about the voices he has because he wants to public to be educated about schizophrenia and mental illnesses. Travis will talk about how he is afraid to leave his home because he is fearful that someone will be sitting outside of his house waiting to harm him in some way.This short story will give the reader valuable insight inside the mind of someone with Paranoid Schizophrenia. Here is an excerpt from the book."I just always thought that the autism non-profits would be able to help all people with autism. When I have made suggestions to try and get the autism non-profit organizations to advocate for different services that I think I need and would help me to become more successful socially and ease my depression and anxiety they have come back and told me that the services I am asking for are not medically necessary.I am not sure how anyone other than the patient would be able to say what is and is not medically necessary but it really hurts my feelings that the autism non-profit organizations do not see the importance in social interventionI am so scared to leave my house that I cannot even work or go to school. Any attempt to work or go to school has always been unsuccessful for me. Mainly, because I am constantly hearing voices that tell me I should not be leaving my house because as soon as I leave my house someone will be waiting outside to hurt me in some way or form. It is very hard for me to function in life and the mental illness or the schizophrenia seems to have taken over a lot of my life and is really making it hard for me to be successful in anything I do."