My son is fixating on a very silly thing right now - a couple of years ago, when his meds were also not established, he wanted to drink a lot of Red Bull. When he did, I would see a very quick negative impact on his psychosis and behaviors. He would get extremely agitated, psychotic, and aggressive. I refused to get him Red Bull, and didn't help him go and purchase it himself, and after huge resistance, he gave it up.
Now he is dwelling on the fact that I made him stop drinking Red Bull, insisting it was 'medically necessary' for him, and that my interference resulted in most of his problems. Good grief, right? He's expressing negative thoughts about taking his meds as well, tho as far as I can tell, he is taking it.
Sometimes I just want to shake him, and tell him to wake up - of COURSE his diagnosis is correct, he has the classic symptoms of delusions and paranoia. No insight is THE WORST. He will continue to come up with any other possible explanation for his unhappiness rather than accept the diagnosis and move forward with his life. I don't think LEAP can help me with any of this.
Sigh. Sorry, I'm just griping.