Recovering from psychosis, too much weed.
>tfw voices in head for a year
>actually followed them
>turns out just audio hallucinations
>tfw expected full recovery
Need femanon to talk to
What is NOS?
It's hard to do anything but lay in bed and watch simpons pretty much, waiting for doctor prescription.
I'm on arapriprazol injections at the moment
Yeah how does the post limit work on this.
I've had it for about a year. It was triggered by stress and stress still makes it worse. Meds help but sometimes the voices still break through. Probably having another breakdown since my symptoms are getting worse again.
I managed to block out all my voices, either that or it was the meds.
I have extreme social anxiety and some paranoia though, the voices come back every so often but I push them out after one word by focusing in and listing on where they're coming from, they just get quieter then stop.
Nice. Most of my symptoms are cognitive. When I'm psychotic I lack focus to the point where I can't even read a book. I also have issues with speaking and Catatonia during an episode.
Psychosis basically rips you away from reality. You can become withdrawn from society, paranoid and irrational, and hear voices that tell you how shit you are and how you should just kill yourself. The cognitive symptoms are worst for me though, it can take away your ability to speak and think coherently, to read, you can even become catatonic (motionless or repetitive movements) for hours at a time or for an indeterminate amount of time. It's like a waking nightmare. Aspd really hurts those around you most.
Yh i think ive probly hurt people around me more than myself but i dont really see why voices in your head is that bad like cant you just ignore it like real voices also what did op actually want again?
When they are saying horrible fucking things to you its hard to ignore, still hard even if they're not. Look up schizophrenia simulation on YouTube and you'll get a taste, but it won't let you in on the cognitive symptoms which are the worst part.
You met him in a psych ward, meaning he was probably being heavily medicated, observed, and guided by professionals. Left untreated, it can get pretty ugly and scary. Schizophrenics can just get completely carried away on a train of thought, to the point that they're completely unaware of reality and just acting on their delusions and impulses.
Well for me it was not too bad at first i am able to last a while under the rules fine
However after 2 days i started to get a severe case of boredom missing luxuries you get usef to - netflix and such. The food was ok and therapy sessions are ratger interesting i never mind talking about myself
Then again i wouldnt go back by choice i dont think it helps too much depending on your problem
The people you might are also kind of annoying bevause theyre all so sucked up in their issues. I mean, i tried abit to get on but ended up just hating most the people in theircespescially this one pathological liar as although i also lie alot i dont appreciate it in return
Thats just an overview but if you have any specifics you want to know then ask
Nah I don't have any specific questions. It doesn't sound too bad, would probably be a good place to get some reading done if I was in good enough shape to actually read by the time I got in.
When i was being diagnosed idid research and heard of personality disorder NOS
I went in after originally being arrested and although it wasnt serious enough for long jail time i was admitted after psych evaluations
I love reading too, I used to do more but only until this all started I just wanted to relax and clam down with a book but it's too hard.
The voices told me to me how bad I was and gave me comeuppances which I think were adrenaline episodes.
Sent me walking all over the place taking taxis at 4 in the morning.
What about yours?
Mine aren't too malicious fortunately. I get a lot of parts of sentences, sentences that don't make sense, and random noises. I was able to talk to them once though. I asked them what they wanted and they said "you". That was scary. Occasionally they will be scary though, I used to hear screams sometimes.
I know i meant it had the NOS in common also is a personality disorder actually an illness because it seems likecyou guys know about your illness just pike you know you have a common cold but honestly i dont feel like ive something wrong with me ?
Yeah I found out that I can change what the voices say by thinking, figured out it was a year long conversation with myself.
Screams and sentences that don't make sense sound pretty dire, I had music playing sometimes
As far as I know personality disorders are just malignant personality traits not illnesses but I'm not a psychiatrist. Also it's not uncommon for people with mental illnesses to not believe they have one.
I have bouts of psychosis and have been hospitalized twice, once against my will. My hallucinations are more visual, though, and I struggle with persistent delusional thoughts. Not sure if I can help, but I'll do what I can.