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alex617

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  1. I don't think its possible anything gets posted via facebook unless it asks you for access to your account and you click agree.
  2. You might pass, but someone else could benefit from having another person out there who can recognize their symptoms and give them better advice, not everyone is keen to research forums like this. If I wasn't any wiser, I'd walk away thinking having psychotic disorder also entails having severely bad social skills.
  3. I've experienced some issues like this as well, since I was about 12 I think. Not just for weight tho. It's probably ingrained in me to be self-conscious, even if irrational. It's part of my persona. I find that I can live with it tho, because it seems like I shift focus from it when I'm doing well in other aspects of life, and it gets kinda buried into my psyche waiting to come out when I get depressed. I think therapy is the only thing that will help you in this case.
  4. you KNOW these thoughts are irrational? um, if everyone had insight into their thought processes then there would be no such thing as "delusions" in the first place. not KNOWING is what is difficult, nigh impossible without medical help. you can't "snap out of it". jebus. and "relax a bit"? "so what?" - you know, i think that's probably the worst advice i've ever seen on this section of the board. stick to what you know. this subject obviously doesn't fall under that category for you. --------------------------------------------- NoName, i'm sorry you're feeling so confused about the whole thing. i really think you should talk to your doctor or therapist as soon as you possibly can. you don't sound well. please get some help. Yeah you're right. I'm basing that on the fact that he's posting this information here, asking for help. And the 'relax a bit' part was playing devils advocate for the delusion. As in not to freak out and create new problems. which, as lysergia said, pretty much proves the point that you have no idea what you're talking about. thanks for playing. next. Maybe he needs someone like that to reach out to him, if he thinks that anyone offering treatment is told to do so by the government. "thanks for playing. next", Lol this isn't a game or a debate, there are very few people in the world who are open to learn about your condition and not judge you, instead of being an ass about it, better to enlighten, get a grip buddy.
  5. One thing I can say that medication wasn't causing it for me, I've felt this way, progressively worse for a few years. Only started medication recently, but I know that when my depression became full-blown this whole thing worsened, I found it hard to make friends because I completely lost interest in people. I don't know if it's the cause or effect of my condition lol
  6. you KNOW these thoughts are irrational? um, if everyone had insight into their thought processes then there would be no such thing as "delusions" in the first place. not KNOWING is what is difficult, nigh impossible without medical help. you can't "snap out of it". jebus. and "relax a bit"? "so what?" - you know, i think that's probably the worst advice i've ever seen on this section of the board. stick to what you know. this subject obviously doesn't fall under that category for you. --------------------------------------------- NoName, i'm sorry you're feeling so confused about the whole thing. i really think you should talk to your doctor or therapist as soon as you possibly can. you don't sound well. please get some help. Yeah you're right. I'm basing that on the fact that he's posting this information here, asking for help. And the 'relax a bit' part was playing devils advocate for the delusion. As in not to freak out and create new problems.
  7. I don't know what's wrong with me, but as far as I can remember I've lost my ability to truly connect with someone and love them. I feel like I will always be an isolated soul. I generally care about people, I feel contentment with people and pain when things go wrong. But I forgot what it's like to genuinely care about someone. Like I have a great relationship with my parents, but I can easily go months without seeing them and not miss them. I miss my girl, but only the enjoyment I feel when with her, if she was to leave me, I think overnight I'd think of her as a stranger I never really connected with. I think I felt one connection with one girl in my life, that was a year ago, but things didn't last long so I couldn't really asses the extent of my feelings. Same applies to friends, they come and go over the years but I don't care. I don't know, is this fixable? Am I making a big deal out of nothing? Maybe I'm putting up walls, but I don't know anymore.
  8. Don't need to train, just accept that you have this thought, nothing bad will come from it. There may be other issues in your life that make you obsess over this one thought, you might find it goes away by itself when you address them. For the time being, allow yourself believe that you need to go to a psychiatric hospital and tell yourself that you will when you feel you need it.
  9. I know how you feel. I was in a similar place. I know it's hard to believe, but all this can change, you may feel pain for a little longer, but it will slowly get better. When it does, you will have a chance to make friends, study and work. I got all those things back once I improved. You must be patient, understand the pain you are feeling isn't how are born to feel, your brain needs to heal, and drugs can do this but they will take some time as hagar_running said. There are many other medicines out there that will work for you, you must be patient and find the one. And when you do, you will know that life is a wonderful thing.
  10. You know these thoughts are irrational man. The last few paragraphs really derailed into a different topic so I'm a bit confused. I don't know what you're going through, and I doubt I can offer any real advice. You need to relax a bit, why would anyone go through all that trouble to track you? What do you have to offer them? And at worst, so what? No one is stopping you from getting better and enjoying your life, you only have one so don't waste it stressing about things out of your control.
  11. The way I see it, you're not in a place you want to be yet emotionally. You feel like a psychiatric hospital is your ticket, and you think about it every time you feel anxious. There's still a lot you can do to 'get the crazy out' and a psychiatric hospital is, as far as I'm aware, a last resort. They will always be there if you genuinely feel you need to go, and it's not worth stressing about, many people get successful treatment that way. Don't try to suppress the thought, you want to get better right? That's totally understandable, just be aware there's many other options out there for you.
  12. Not really but I always feel good about 7 and other than that prefer odd numbers or any divisible by 5?
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