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Megan Lastname

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    Reading (horror and fantasy and sometimes classics), Music

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  1. Maybe. My dad ended up putting me on his insurance recently, so I could probably afford the copay and everything. I'm just not sure I want to go through the same experiences i always had in the past. It's usually just 'everyone feels that way, go out and try things.' Maybe I don't really need it. Anyway, thanks
  2. yeah, you're right (both of you). I was just depressed when I posted that reply. I will have to find a doctor. The therapist I was talking to was someone I had only seen a couple of times
  3. I feel so confused sometimes. I tried to bring this up with a therapist and she just ignored me. like 'yeah, ok, so you just need confidence..." Half of me feels like people brush me off like that because I'm right and they know it but they just figure it'll be better for me to just forget about it. I didn't tell her everything because I didn't really get a chance to. She just interrupted me and ignored me. It's frustrating, because this still really scares me even though I have more control over my thoughts now.
  4. I think my tattoo helps cover it. Make sure they do it in a tasteful way. I know that once in a while people are thinking it's pretty obvious why I have a tattoo on my left wrist, but he made it as a vine that covers the scars pretty discreetly. It was awkward getting it done, but they are pretty understanding about it.
  5. Thanks, this does help. If it is something as serious as a psychotic disorder, do you know if it is normal to see it this way, like I've always known it is irrational like how the way social anxiety makes me see myself and other people was only an irrational thought pattern.. I'm not sure how to phrase the question actually.. that's why I thought it was just anxiety.
  6. I didn't realize I posted this in the wrong place the first time. oops. I'm not used to forums. So, I've sorted through a lot of the 'issues' I've had with how I was thinking before and I think I have a handle on how to live a content life or at least function. I have social anxiety and depression. I learned how to retrain my way of thinking if that makes sense, so I am hopeful. The thing is, if I have any shade of a doubt about whether I am right or wrong about something than I know the paranoia will just come back later. Getting to the point. I am occasionally paranoid that people can hear my thoughts. The theory is that the majority of people know about it. maybe everybody can do it, maybe not. Maybe it doesn't happen all of the time, maybe they only hear when they are listening in. They talk about it when they think I can't hear them, or when they think they are being discreet enough that someone as dumb as me won't know what they are talking about. They won't admit to it because it is better if I don't know, like if I do then it will make me feel too self conscious, only make me feel worse and it won't help me any. I do feel like I have evidence of it when I replay some older memories, but I also am rational enough to look for other explanations for the memories, but I don't feel convinced enough that I can let it go. I know I should see a doctor, but I don't have medical insurance. so far visiting forums and chatting with people who can relate has helped, so I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts on the subject.
  7. So, I've sorted through a lot of the 'issues' I've had with how I was thinking before and I think I have a handle on how to live a content life or at least function. I have social anxiety and depression. I learned how to retrain my way of thinking if that makes sense, so I am hopeful. The thing is, if I have any shade of a doubt about whether I am right or wrong about something than I know the paranoia will just come back later. Getting to the point. I am occasionally paranoid that people can hear my thoughts. The theory is that the majority of people know about it. maybe everybody can do it, maybe not. Maybe it doesn't happen all of the time, maybe they only hear when they are listening in. They talk about it when they think I can't hear them, or when they think they are being discreet enough that someone as dumb as me won't know what they are talking about. They won't admit to it because it is better if I don't know, like if I do then it will make me feel too self conscious, only make me feel worse and it won't help me any. I do feel like I have evidence of it when I replay some older memories, but I also am rational enough to look for other explanations for the memories, but I don't feel convinced enough that I can let it go. I know I should see a doctor, but I don't have medical insurance. so far visiting forums and chatting with people who can relate has helped, so I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts on the subject.
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