Maybe this belongs in "fine imported drama", but this really is an Advice Request. Back in the day, I argued with someone called "spinfuse" on tumblr, later again under a new name "capitalismskills". (I do not know whether that is "capitalism's kills" or "capitalism skills".) And the first time around, some stuff she said really pinged my schizophrenia radar. And the second time around, some of the same stuff showed up and continued pinging that for me. And I solicited contact from people with more experience with schizophrenia, and got someone who's a successfully-medicated schizophrenic who does indeed see the same thing, and pointed out that there are a couple of other explanations, but that schiozphrenia does seem plausible. Problem: She's convinced that this is an attempt to discredit her. Which, to be fair, might not be a horrible tactic, except I really don't think discrediting her is something which requires attempts. (And actually, that belief might itself be sort of paranoid, maybe.) Also problem: She's an early-20s trans girl, and the most common early-20s onset schizophrenia is y-linked, but I think she's the sort to treat this as some kind of elaborate scheme to misgender her. So, basically: A few years back, I thought someone sounded like they were going schizophrenic, I tried to convince them (but mostly didn't try very hard because I was super pissed at them at the time), and tried to convince a friend, but backed down when they said it wasn't anything serious... and they died last year from being schizophrenic and untreated. My goal: Get spinfuse/capitalismskills to actually show these concerns to someone competent to properly evaluate them and consider them. Not my goal: Get her to think well of me. It might be a useful tactic, but it's not the goal, just one possible (but highly improbable) strategy. I am totally stumped, though. Can anyone suggest a strategy or approach that might get someone who knows her and is in a position to be listened to to at least consider this?