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  1. i do get an anxiety at night but it usually has no relation to reality. Sometimes I have memories I've done that make me totally embarrassed, but i think it takes me a long time to recognize my social inability.
  2. I'm trying to get my delusions under control, but it takes a few week to see if the new pills help or not. It's nice to know that some people have gotten the right meds. And my therapist told me to try exposure therapy, and just try to remember everyone is a bit more worried about themselves than some person they don't know passing by them.
  3. Just knowing I'm not the only one makes me feel ordinary and think other people get through this so ill probably get through it because I'm just an ordinary person. I don't know I guess I'm hoping to get some therapeutic value from using a forum since I really don't talk to people. I don know maybe it wouldn't help you but it helps me to know someone else can get through it. but hearing Pulver doesn't really help me and makes me think maybe this isn't the forum where I will find people with similar perspectives.
  4. Do you panic when you see a person you’re going to have walk by? As soon as I see a person I’m going to have to walk or bike passed I start a loop of anxiety and I completely lose track of my mind. It seems like the only way to get out of it is to stay inside and never have to see people. While I'm in stores or anywhere where people can see me I feel like everyone is staring at me, I know logically they aren’t but it doesn’t stop the feeling.
  5. Maybe its too early for me but most of the time I don't feel embarrassed because it feels like my beliefs are true, though logically I conclude they're a sham. Its hard to actually believe they are false. I also had a belief that music is there to control me, I hope that soon I can be embarrassed about them, because then at least I could have a sane mind. Some of my past beliefs I feel a bit embarrassed about because they've finally come to seem ridiculous and untrue. I think I would rather be embarrassed and wrong than paranoid and correct.
  6. I take 5 mg In the morning and 15 mg at night, I've tried others but it was a couple of years ago so I cant remember how well they worked, or if I even had these symptoms then. but yeah I'm trying to find the right one and I guess it'll take time. for the first few months I was supposed to be taking meds I really wasn't and just said that I did, then I realized that my symptoms wouldn't get better on their own. and now I'm actually trying to figure out what medicines would works best.
  7. I've used Seroquel, then switched to Zyprexa after the voices and whispers started to come back, now I've been on Zyprexa for a couple of weeks and I still feel there are voices and delusions all around my head (I'm also completely unmotivated and the only thought in my head is "I'm just going to sleep until there's something to wake up for"). I was wondering if there are any antipsychotics that make the voices go away completely, I know that sounds like asking for a miracle but I have to believe it exists I cant seem to make my life work with the way it is right now I'm wondering if that's just something I will have to work through in therapy or just a condition that never really goes away. Have you had any luck in eliminating the psychotic symptoms and if you have what type of meds did you think helped the most?
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