This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book describes an overview of the areas such as personal accounts of psychosis, psychiatry, advocacy and media coverage. It looks at whether language styles can reflect the motives of people who adopt those styles and, if it can, what might be the consequences. The book considers attempts to change the words used to discuss 'psychosis' and possible implications. It examines different ways of discussing psychosis and other mental disorders is that certain words can and should be discouraged and others encouraged. When suggesting a chronology of developments relating to mental disorders and to psychiatry, one must select what constitute important events and decide their sequence. Efforts are sometimes made to change words that are used to refer to mental disorders when they are perceived in some quarters to harbour negative connotations.