Guest rick Posted June 26, 2006 Share Posted June 26, 2006 Taking him to the doctors and mental health professionals, so far does not work with him. He was deeply paranoid, even at his parents and relatives, and screamed at them, sometime kicked and bunched the wall. Two years ago, he wouldn't talk to anyone, not even his parents. Now, he's a bit better due to the good support group that he has. He doesn't take medication, however. Sometime, he would just sit in one place and walk around the house, doing nothing. Now, he converses more with close family. He seems happier now and a bit less paranoid. But, he is fearfull and paranoid still...fear of other people and groups wanting to harm him. He is happy when I come over to spend time with him. After months of talking to him and gaining trust, I am thinking that the death of a high school friend and lack of social and coping skill eventually turn him into paranoia. That's my theory anyway. Once in a while he would mention of bad incidents in high school and of seeing the friend that passed away. In the past year or so, he hasn't seen the dead friend, but does talk about times when he saw the dead friend, even though the friend had passed away years ago. He is still fearfull and have thoughts that make no sense. What more can I do? I'm thinking that he fears that that death came to high school his friend...will maybe affect him too. I believe that the fear compounding with low self esteem had spiralled him into convoluted thoughts. What can more I do? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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