In my opinion you don't want to mess with this. What I find hard to believe is that doctors have no accurate way to determine the actual disorder, so while treatment exists one wonders about the actual success rate, if I dare say the only reason people with these disorders ever recover is due to making a conscious choice to do so out of sheer fear of what treatment they'll think of next. Or at least that has been my experience. The problem is that it is hard to understand, if for no other reason than a complete comprehension would likely also involve that person's complete immersion into the very insanity that causes the dysfunction, so to this day it remains a gray area and likely will stay this way for some time. So basically those who are there can not explain it to us in ways we would understand, those who have been there don't want to talk about it, and those who have never been just don't get it. Because it could be anything along the lines of schizophrenia, bipolar mania, manic depression and so on, they are all closely related and I think there may be a few others, but the only thing I know for sure is that it is a type of psychosis, or a mental illness. This stuff is not a gift, it's not something wonderful or amazing. Yes, there's an angle of that to it as well.