I already posted this question in the "which do you prefer-thread" but nobody responded, so I'm just creating another thread for it. Sorry if that's not the proper way to do it, but I could really use some help. My main character is someone who grew up outside mainstream society and in addition to that, she suffers from what you might call psychosis. The result is that she sees the world and everything around her differently than other people would. I thought I'd write this in first person perspective because I want the reader to really experience her state of mind. I fear a third person perspective would be too matter-of-fact, because simple are events appear major to her and I'm not sure how to describe that in third person. But on the other hand, a first person perspective might get a little confusing or chaotic for the reader, because they wouldn't always know what was really going on. Or maybe that's just the fun of it... Any thoughts?