Thanks for asking.
What do you recommend: that the question be closed? Or modified? Or answered in a certain way?
Given your reputation you could post an answer of your own, only you couldn't comment on an existing answer.
Just as it happened I have some experience with psychosis, more 2nd-hand than 1st- ... I imagine I know some of the reasons for caution.
I guess I allowed (didn't close) the question, partly because:
- This site is more liberal than most other sites, about what questions are permitted
- I'm hoping perhaps naively that users who reply will be cautious and do no harm
- "Talk to a doctor" is cautious but not the be-all and end-all of life -- the doctors I've met know medications, and something of the difficulties patients have, and about society, but ...
- The OP has obviously talked to a doctor already (and the symptoms if any appear to be intermittent, e.g. the question is lucid)
- I've read here that Buddhism (to some extent) attracts people with a mental illness, and I hope that experienced practitioners might have met this before and know how to answer to this question.
I guess another reason is that I'm conscious that a diagnosis can be a stigma, which causes other people to act weird and to exclude you from (their) society, e.g., "we can't talk about that... we can't talk with you... go somewhere else ..." -- and "coming from a will to help", as you said, I don't want to respond like that e.g. by forbidding the topic, nor e.g. the OP's access to Q+A here.