Wonder how the “voice inside your head” finished off that sentence…
Some straight talking…
Here’s some data:
A person who has been given a diagnosis of psychosis is three times more likely to have been abused as a child than a person with other psychiatric diagnoses.
A person who has a diagnosis of psychosis is fifteen times more likely to have been abused as a child than a person with no psychiatric diagnosis. 
A person with a psychiatric diagnosis is more likely to be victim of violence than perpetrator – and four times more likely to be the victim of violence than a person with no diagnosis. 
You and I are 1,100 time more likely to be killed by an absent minded driver than by a stranger in psychosis. 
 Bebbington, P., Bhugra, D., Brugha, T., Singleton, M., Farrell, M. & Jenkins, R. (2004). Psychosis, victimisation and childhood disadvantage: Evidence from the second British National Survey of Psychiatric Morbidity. British Journal of Psychiatry, 185, 220 6.