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  1. So basically im dead inside. I currently being emotionaly dull, i cant feel any motivation or desire to live, despite that im still doing my everyday things, going to college, working out, doing my usual duties and chores. The thing is that i have an schizoid disorder, and im very paranoid. I posted in addiction because one of the most destructive things is my addction to many things. I smoke, not weed, regular cigarettes, the thing is that my parents think that i quited smoking but i dont, i wanna quit to, i hate it, and i hate it because my parents are well known religiou
  2. I believe in God and believe I believe in Jesus and the Gospel, though I'm not sure. I'm holding on to belief and prayer (specially the rosary) to help me through the hard times I'm going through. I don't work going on 10 years now and am scared of people and interaction with strangers. That's why I don't work. I'm very anxious and can't seem to have peace of mind (maybe because I lost mine 16 years ago). I try to hold on to religion, though I'm not a church goer (because of having to go out), but whatever I do I have no peace. My schizoaffective disorder never gave me hallucination
  3. If you pray hard enough, you can make water run uphill. That's what science fiction author Robert A. Heinlein said. "If you pray hard enough, you can make water run uphill" "How had do you have to pray?" "Why, hard enough to make water run uphill." I can't tell you how often I've heard people say things like that - if only I prayed hard enough, had strong enough faith, tried hard enough, worked hard enough... then the illness would be healed. And I'd live happily ever after. And maybe get a unicorn for Christmas... The gimmick is that no matter how hard I tried, if I didn't get better, I di
  4. I was the perfect child. A little stubborn, perhaps. For the most part, I was happy, loving, I cared for people, my main goals in life was to help others. As I hit middle school, anxiety hit. I was worried 27/7 about being popular. I became anorexic in 7th grade, in fear of getting fat. I was taking in a max of 200 calories for a whole year. When summer came, I got my first and only boyfriend. My self esteem increased dramatically! I got in honors in orchestra and second to honors in choir (which I worked my ass off the whole mother fucking year for). Then my boyfriend broke up with me.
  5. Look, I'm an atheist. All organized (and unorganized) religion seems absurd to me, for a multitude of reasons. It seems to me that if everyone was raised by scientifically-literate parents, and not told about religion until critical thinking skills were fully developed (twenty-one?), that religion would disappear from this world. However, I see it's value in comforting people. I would greatly appreciate that comfort. So do me a favor and convince me!
  6. When I was 16 I joined a cult called Branhamism. Most people haven't heard of it, but it has churches all over the world. It's a Pentecostal, Holiness, Fundamentalist Christian Cult that follows the teachings of the man they (used to be we) consider the prophet for the last days. His name was William Branham--he died in 1965. The church was all tangled up with my abusive marriage, because the Bible and the prophet really emphasis blessing those who curse you, doing good to those who despite-fully use you, that a soft answer turns away wrath (which it doesn't, in most cases, it didn't with
  7. If materialism, naturalism, and scientism are true, then you would be delusional to find meaning in your life (as stated by materialism, naturalism, and scientism which state that life is just a bunch of meaningless atoms and particles). There are things in science that do have objective meaning. For example, the fact that the Earth revolves around the sun is a scientific fact and you would, therefore, be delusional to think otherwise. Same thing with creating our own meanings in life since life really has no meaning in terms of science. You would, therefore, be delusional in finding your ow
  8. When i was younger i was raised in a very spiritual household... i was raised where you believed negative spirits exist and only negative spirits...maybe this belief system was the stressor/catalyst that help create my psychosis to what it is. I got very much into the spiritualist community..you know meditation connecting to guides , angels, energy healing, etc. I was psychotic during this time i been having psychosis since 7th grade and i am now 20. So, about 7/8 years. And during that time i have been in long periods of psychotic episodes... and when i came out i was a fool to what happen th
  9. Practical Explanation ( For Example ) :- `1st of all can you tell me every single seconds detail from that time when you born ?? ( i need every seconds detail ?? that what- what you have thought and done on every single second ) can you tell me every single detail of your `1 cheapest Minute Or your whole hour, day, week, month, year or your whole life ?? if you are not able to tell me about this life then what proof do you have that you didn't forget your past ? and that you will not forget this present life in the future ? that is Fact that Supreme Lord Krishna exists but we posses no s
  10. lately I've been doing a little research into Paganism and was wondering what it means to people who believe in it. How you do practice your faith? I'm curious, because I was formerly pagan and am interested in regaining my faith but am not sure how.
  11. I have an odd problem so I posted it here on a board that seems to take up all the topics that don't belong anywhere else. I have been on and off ssri antidepressants for 18 years and only seem to feel "saved" "holy" or "sanctified" when I take the drug. What I'm saying is that ssri's give me a false sense of annointing that goes away when I quit them for awhile. It makes me wonder if my faith is real after all. Off them, I feel anxious, rebellious, questioning everything, and in anguish over my relationship (or lack of) with God and the way the world is going. The pills make me feel th
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