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    • ramboghettouk's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:52
      my friend who tells me i'm iller than him whilst getting 3 work sick pensions, he was driving me to my new flat to put up shelves, we stopped by this cafe were i said i'd buy brealfast, he had a blue badge, some parking warden was watching as we got out the car, when we got back to the car my...
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    • ramboghettouk's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:44
      i got turned down for a blue badge, that allows free parking in britain on the grounds i can walk, my area you have to pay to park, it doesn't help the isolation that anyone who visits me doing a great favour has to pay for the privelege, a blue badge i could give them to put behind the windscreen
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    • Poopy Doll's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:40
      :welcome: Angel !! So glad you're here. Have a look around the forum and feel free to chime right in.
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    • Poopy Doll's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:38
      I always look at the medication I take and consider it to be causing the side effects.
      2 replies | 6 view(s)
    • Poopy Doll's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:34
      Poopy Doll replied to a thread Hi all! in Introduce Yourself
      :welcome: Josh !! I am repeatedly told that anxiety comes from what we are thinking or deeply believe. I guess that's true because I just had a medical test last week and they sent me the report and I assumed the worst; so I was anxious. My obsessive compulsive went away due to challenging the...
      1 replies | 4 view(s)
    • NWiddi's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:33
      The body can produce or at times over produce narcotic like chemicals, the Pineal gland can produce Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) which is like magic mushrooms or LSD and the Pituitary gland can produce Opioids which are like ecstasy, cocaine and heroin. Anti-psychotics would help stop these glands...
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    • burt tomato's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:32
      I see my doc next thursday. I am going to ask him for a sick note, and then hand it into hr. I am also going to quit at the same time.
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    • Poopy Doll's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:30
      Well, that sounds annoying.
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    • Tired Daisy's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:30
      Bosses generally don't give a poop... maybe you could claim sickness pay because work is having a huge impact on your mental health?
      50 replies | 692 view(s)
    • Poopy Doll's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:28
      Sounds crazy. The other day someone told us we aren't disabled and shouldn't have a disabled parking placard. That was slightly annoying.
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    • burt tomato's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:20
      I feel guilty about quitting but it is perfectly legal. It is my choice. Boss does not care about my health, and has made it worse, so why should I care about him. It just means he has to monitor the system, but it rarely breaks anyway. He can log in from home a couple of times a day. He has...
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    • Danielc's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:20
      Danielc started a thread Hello all in Introduce Yourself
      I have been diagnosed with schizophrenia disorder and have been taking a mix of antipsychotics and antidepressants for the past 3 years. I am here to get whatever advice I can,thank you.
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    • josh11190's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:16
      I have episodes where I feel drugged and purposely clench my jaw and grind my teeth. Not sure if I do it at night.
      2 replies | 4 view(s)
    • Danielc's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:13
      I find risperidone,quitiapine and venlafaxine does me wonders. It's the perfect balance of rest and energy.
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    • BPDevil's Avatar
      13-12-18, 19:03
      how is an app supposed to stop you from wanting to self harm, distractions hardly ever work
      1 replies | 11 view(s)
    • ramboghettouk's Avatar
      13-12-18, 18:59
      i'm ill emough that the majority of women avoid me, i'm ill enough that when i work i'm considered unfit due to illness. whether i meet the benefit systems definition of illness, how many do? I am getting a certain level of benefits on grounds of illness, i'm not on job seekers allowance, i'm...
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    • burt tomato's Avatar
      13-12-18, 18:53
      My boss was not in today, and I was a lot more relaxed. I was partially busy, I finished a lot of work, but tomorrow will be quiet. I wanted to quit because I found the job stressful and I was miserable. I am slightly more relaxed now that I have decided to quit. He is not in tomorrow, so...
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    • Inconsiderate's Avatar
      13-12-18, 18:49
      Life is meaningless anyways, for everyone, and that's fine. Everyone goes out to find that meaning for themselves. Progress through your life, and you will inevitably encounter entertainment and boredom, joy and pain, hope and despair and love and breakup. If you're feeling hollow, go around...
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    • Inconsiderate's Avatar
      13-12-18, 18:44
      I don't know you, so I can't say anything about you for sure. It seems like you might have various shitty aspects about yourself, that put others off. One of those is probably just how little your value yourself. While an idea like "I'm less than average." can be correct, your attitude "Nothing...
      8 replies | 132 view(s)
    • Mayflower7's Avatar
      13-12-18, 18:33
      Hi, My sister grinds her teeth mainly at night, it is because of stress.
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    • Inconsiderate's Avatar
      13-12-18, 18:30
      The comment wasn't about the length, more about this attitude of: "You're perfect, they're missing out, love yourself." I will admit that it was rather unnecessary though.
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    • josh11190's Avatar
      13-12-18, 17:46
      Dear all I get periods where I feel all drugged up and separated from reality, and this is always accompanied by a need to clench my jaw really hard or grind my teeth. I am not sure if this is anxiety or something more neurological? A brain MRI has shown I am ok physically, but who knows...
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    • Funnyday's Avatar
      13-12-18, 17:45
      I'm being targetted by a Phiser. I've received bogus emails purporting to be from various organisations asking me to login and check my account as it is in disaray etc. I always check the address of the email to see if it really comes from that organisation or not. Surprise surprise it don't....
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    • bgriley's Avatar
      13-12-18, 17:44
      Hi! Thanks for posting. My ex has begun hearing voices in March when he quit drinking cold turkey. He was drinking hard everyday for 2 years straight then quit. The voices were all mean and cursing. They even told him to not take the meds the hospital gave him. The voices all spoke about...
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    • josh11190's Avatar
      13-12-18, 17:43
      josh11190 started a thread Hi all! in Introduce Yourself
      Hi all Long time anxiety and OCD suffer here. I am hoping to get some good advice from this forum. :)
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    • josh11190's Avatar
      13-12-18, 17:41
      Hi all I have been an OCD and anxiety sufferer for around 15 years and I have been on Paxil for 8 years. About two years ago I started having some very strange symptoms and no one has been able to tell me what is wrong. I have had an MRI of the brain and it has all come up normal, and a...
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    • FadeToBlack's Avatar
      13-12-18, 17:39
      Yep sorry. Sounds much better the way you explained it!
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    • bgriley's Avatar
      13-12-18, 17:20
      Also, how did you get disability? I may need help applying for him since he does not seem ok to work. This is so sad because he was a Financial Analyst before things went south. He had a six figure job... now nothing and debt collectors are calling.
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    • CFE101's Avatar
      13-12-18, 17:16
      To give an example of how things play out in my mind nowadays...I was just thinking about how talking to my sister (not about this specifically) but in general calms me down. We argued like normal brother and sister when we were younger but now I enjoy seeing/speaking to her when she visits. ...
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    • bgriley's Avatar
      13-12-18, 17:13
      Thank you for the reply! That does give me hope. It is just hard to see him be in this state right now. It has been a trying 10 months. His family does not see a problem with how he is now even though they are living with him. They don't realize that he needs help. I know how he was before all of...
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    • Mischief's Avatar
      13-12-18, 16:57
      FadetoBlack when you say "that is not true", I presume you're saying that there are "other options for him other than what he gets put on by the mental health people". It's a well known fact the many psych medications work differently for different people, therefore after giving a drug a go,...
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    • CFE101's Avatar
      13-12-18, 16:54
      I posted in the introduction forum the other week after having a really bad panic attack nearly a month ago now. For a while there after really fighting with my mind (thinking positive things) I started to feel better. I could calm myself down when I felt a little anxious and it meant it...
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    • TiredTina's Avatar
      13-12-18, 16:50
      Hi, I can understand your concerns about this. Nobody can make you do anything if you really don’t want to. It might be an idea to see a solicitor to get some advice before making a final decision. If you do end up going to court, you can ask to give your evidence from behind a screen. The...
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    • FadeToBlack's Avatar
      13-12-18, 16:32
      This is not true. I kicked off about my first drug Olanzapine, and since I have ben on about 6 different ones. It's his choice what meds he takes. If it's not working out, then probably best do some research on the other options on the table.
      13 replies | 91 view(s)
    • teaspoon's Avatar
      13-12-18, 16:29
      First off thanks for repliyng, <3 I've been also trying to think like this lately, but i don't knkw what to do, it seems this thought has become an invincible worry, even though i know this, it comes back, maybe i'm too anxious, i don't know i just want to forget it and not care about it, to move...
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    • BPDevil's Avatar
      13-12-18, 16:24
      I've been going through the same thought process this week, but I feel unlovable a lot This probably makes no sense, but there's a bigger world out there than what goes on in your head. It's unlikely you'll go your whole life without meeting someone special, unless you never take chances too or...
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    • Tabby 88's Avatar
      13-12-18, 16:07
      Forget about it now and wait and see. Sometimes you are just due and face2face and it has little to do with what you sent in with your form. I haven't sent anything in with mine for years as no psychiatrist for years, but i have a relative who writes a letter for me also. They may get back to...
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    • SarahV's Avatar
      13-12-18, 16:01
      Mischief thank you for your reply. I think he's been getting the voices for a while, we were at his flat a few weeks ago and he was on his bed whilst i was tidying the kitchen and he kept talking, what appeared to be to himself but i had my suspicions then that all was not quite right. i've sent...
      13 replies | 91 view(s)
    • teaspoon's Avatar
      13-12-18, 15:59
      I don't know what to do, i feel like i'm dead even though i'm alive, couple of days ago i started worrying about never find a love or dating (I'm young) and thatbi might be cursed. I know it sounds stupid, and i know it is stupid, but that simple thought has ruined my life (in less than a week..)...
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    • burt tomato's Avatar
      13-12-18, 15:52
      a few weeks pal. hope you get it
      13 replies | 98 view(s)
    • BPDevil's Avatar
      13-12-18, 15:48
      I don't get panic attacks as bad or as often as I used too, but it still sucks. Nowadays its just feeling shaky, sweaty and heart pounding. Before I'd also get cold shivers which was the worst and also stuffy throat and stomach churns, mine last until I'm completely out of the situation
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    • Funnyday's Avatar
      13-12-18, 15:48
      I expect to be called for a medical due to not providing enough examples of how I'm affected by it all. I really struggled even with the guide to fill out the form. Although I did send them more info on a seperate sheet. Along with more info on the additional info page. How long does it take to...
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    • Mischief's Avatar
      13-12-18, 15:45
      My mother has experienced times where she feels people are getting at her. When it happens it is very real to her, I am aware how difficult this is for me to deal with. Sometimes it takes a lot of personal strength to get through the tough times. My experience with my mother has taught me that...
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    • Funnyday's Avatar
      13-12-18, 15:11
      Special delivery was £6.50! Can I claim it back?
      13 replies | 98 view(s)
    • soulsearcher's Avatar
      13-12-18, 15:07
      good luck mate
      13 replies | 98 view(s)
    • angel54's Avatar
      13-12-18, 14:58
      I'm not sure where to start. I'm having a lot of health problems I have CPTSD and Bipolar Disorder. I look forward to getting to know you all. Take Care. Angel54
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    • SarahV's Avatar
      13-12-18, 14:40
      FadeToBlack thank you for the reply....so there is hope then? i think he feels like there is no other options for him other than what he gets put on by the mental health people, and its obvious its not working for him. I keep asking him to ring the MH people and he keeps saying he will but because...
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    • Sammyahha's Avatar
      13-12-18, 14:28
      Hi Lu, thanks for replying. Generally I struggle around close family and friends, the problem is I’m unpredictable and have no control so I can’t even anticipate how I’m going to react. I can get irritated by the most tedious of things, and sounds too. Although I’ve only just found this forum...
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    • NWiddi's Avatar
      13-12-18, 14:20
      Sorry to hear that AAGille93, personally I'd deck anyone who even thinks of going near my buttocks with a big shiny needle so I happily take my medication orally. Four months is a long time, I was only in there for nine days before my symptoms subsided and I got out as I went in voluntarily and...
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    • Kerome's Avatar
      13-12-18, 14:18
      I was watching this the other day and I remember thinking that if we base our identities on such loose groupings of context, then maybe the voices are not so much part of me as I thought. It throws into doubt the whole question of who or what I am, mentally. But thatís not a bad thing, in a way it...
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    • FadeToBlack's Avatar
      13-12-18, 14:09
      Wow that sounds like me when I tried Aripiprazole. I was like that for 6 months and they yet again refused my drivers license because it caused agitation. Unfortunately with these drugs it's trial and error, and you never know how it will affect an individual. I now take a drug called...
      13 replies | 91 view(s)
    • NWiddi's Avatar
      13-12-18, 14:09
      NWiddi replied to a thread Voices in head in Hearing Voices Forum
      I've found this to be true aswell, voices can effect your thoughts and feelings and have a connection to various systems of the body namely the Central Nervous System (to effect you physically and manipulate your state of arousal), the Vestibular System (to make you feel unbalanced and sick), the...
      3 replies | 69 view(s)
    • Kerome's Avatar
      13-12-18, 14:05
      I consider myself lucky, compared to some people above... I have occasional panic attacks with heavy breathing, pins and needles, pounding heart. Just yesterday I had one that was quite difficult to control. They last quite a long time too.
      21 replies | 7075 view(s)
    • burt tomato's Avatar
      13-12-18, 13:53
      best of luck with it pal.
      13 replies | 98 view(s)
    • Funnyday's Avatar
      13-12-18, 13:45
      Well, I've just completed it. I hope that I've given them enough info to go on with. I'm off to post it guaranteed delivery soon.
      13 replies | 98 view(s)
    • BPDevil's Avatar
      13-12-18, 13:40
      She needs to find distractions throughout the week and do things she enjoys when you aren't there, you shouldn't feel guilty for going to school It isn't healthy for couples to be together all the time anyway as then your lives become too reliant on it and revolves around each other which may...
      1 replies | 17 view(s)
    • Strugglingmomma's Avatar
      13-12-18, 13:38
      Hi, I hope it's okay if I post here. I suffer with anxiety, and from that stems depression. Partner is awaiting a psychiatrist referral for potential bipolar disorder. We have 3 children between us, none together. Together 3 years. I'm really struggling today. We had a big row because of...
      0 replies | 13 view(s)
    • Poopy Doll's Avatar
      13-12-18, 13:25
      My best wishes to you, Tiltawhirl. xxx ooo
      4 replies | 62 view(s)
    • Tired Daisy's Avatar
      13-12-18, 13:20
      Tbh I think kids of today need some discipline and parents should be allowed to hit there kids I mean not beat them half to death but give them a slap / a good hiding when they are being naughty. Kids today are out of control. Bring back the cane and slipper for schools as well.
      6 replies | 48 view(s)
    • M555KAW's Avatar
      13-12-18, 13:13
      People are always surprised when I say that I'm not a confident person, but it's absolutely true. I'm very good, most of the time, at hiding it, at acting, as I had to do every single day as a teacher. I NEVER, in 37 years of teaching, applied for a promotion because I knew that I wouldn't have the...
      0 replies | 11 view(s)
    • Michael's Avatar
      13-12-18, 13:03
      Thinking deeply causes me so much grief It eradicates most of my deep held beliefs Now I find I have nowhere to go Life is just passing by ever so slow Winter weather now wet and cold Wind howling round not knowing where to go Sitting here watching the flames in the fire Thinking life is...
      1166 replies | 128823 view(s)
    • BPDevil's Avatar
      13-12-18, 13:00
      its sad that a lot of people and cultures don't know the line between discipline and abuse, seen a lot of conversations about it especially on facebook, some perspectives are extremely disturbing
      6 replies | 48 view(s)
    • tiltawhirl's Avatar
      13-12-18, 12:58
      thank you so much! I am so sorry for dredging up such painful things. Of course, this isn't just about face slapping but it seems to be a sticking point for me. Your perspective helps me a very great deal, more than you know. I know for sure now, it is not a type of discipline...it is abuse.
      6 replies | 48 view(s)
    • Fairy Lucretia's Avatar
      13-12-18, 12:29
      thanks so much all of you x i feel a bit better now x
      7 replies | 114 view(s)
    • Fairy Lucretia's Avatar
      13-12-18, 12:27
      thank you both of you for your encouragement and support x :hug1:
      3 replies | 83 view(s)
    • BPDevil's Avatar
      13-12-18, 12:19
      my mum slapped me round the face a few times and on the arm, she had to stop because social services found out
      6 replies | 48 view(s)
    • Fairy Lucretia's Avatar
      13-12-18, 12:18
      my dad slapped me everywhere including the face x you have to put yourself first and do what is right for you im sorry you were treated badly ,you didn't deserve it love Lu x
      6 replies | 48 view(s)
    • Fairy Lucretia's Avatar
      13-12-18, 12:15
      hi ,i probably shouldn't say this ,but it might not actually be that bad if you do get a little aggressive ,im thinking this would show you can't be around people without support? im not condoning aggressive behaviour but if you were t sit calm and silent at the interview that wouldn't exactly...
      2 replies | 52 view(s)
    • boudreauj4's Avatar
      13-12-18, 11:51
      I'm sorry to hear about his condition and the strain it is probably putting on you. My story is I got laid off from IBM after working there for many years so I got a big severance payment so we had money in the bank to live off of for awhile. I quickly found another job but it turned out to be a...
      3 replies | 38 view(s)
    • sarah jane's Avatar
      13-12-18, 11:05
      I don’t think you can, I tried, I understand.
      5 replies | 127 view(s)
    • BPDevil's Avatar
      13-12-18, 10:42
      Not many people know, but every time I've had a suicide attempt or just start going through a depressive episode I end up losing the majority of the friends I gained or they just immediately lose interest then when I bring it up to them they act as if I'm just paranoid, but I always end up being...
      8 replies | 107 view(s)
    • Rosa-Brown's Avatar
      13-12-18, 10:31
      I understand because it happens with the many people, the reason behind this behaviours is mentality. Few people and even family members do not understand what you are facing or feeling while suffering from mental illness.
      8 replies | 107 view(s)
    • P_e_r_s_o_n's Avatar
      13-12-18, 09:44
      Basically thereís an exam today, but Iím so anxious about it and really not ready for it. In the same day I also have a meeting where I have to talk to people I donít know, and have to help set up an event with even more people and I was just getting more and more anxious. At the same time Iím ill...
      0 replies | 16 view(s)
    • firemonkee57's Avatar
      13-12-18, 09:06
      Posted by Bethan Davies Dec 13 2018 . BlueIce app for managing self-harm: what do young people think?
      1 replies | 11 view(s)
    • SarahV's Avatar
      13-12-18, 08:32
      He hasnt been tried without the prescribed medication but as he now is saying he can hear voices im not sure coming off will be the way forward for him x
      13 replies | 91 view(s)
    • FunkTheFear's Avatar
      13-12-18, 08:21
      My dad used to slap me, or kick out, whatever was closest, when he was angry he lashed out. But not around the face. I think a slap in the face feels far more shocking, I'm sorry to hear your mum did it routinely. I know they say if that's how they were brought up its how they learned to be a...
      6 replies | 48 view(s)
    • SarahV's Avatar
      13-12-18, 07:23
      Thank you for your reply, i do try to walk away or refuse to engage in an argument with him, he soon calms down and wants to go back to normal again which i am happy to do but i still feel like he needs to seek some help with his medication as its either not working properly or not working at all
      13 replies | 91 view(s)
    • SarahV's Avatar
      13-12-18, 07:21
      Thank you for your reply, i spoke with him on the phone last night, he just seemed to be spoiling for a fight and i told him i didnt want an argument, i think he thinks everyone is against him and out to get him. He said last night that he is hearing voices in his head and this really worries me....
      13 replies | 91 view(s)
    • Shelby16's Avatar
      13-12-18, 07:20
      Shelby16 started a thread Ugh in Social Anxiety Forum
      Hi, this is my first post and I have this terrible feeling over me right now. Im in a music studio with about a dozen people and I feel my who body shaking. I havenít said a word or moved since they started a few hours ago. Iím trying to stay calm and breath, but my heart is racing. Iím actually...
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    • seekjoydaily's Avatar
      13-12-18, 07:05
      So sorry that you are having to deal with all this anxiety. It can be overwhelming. Are you comfortable getting out of the house if someone else is with you? Perhaps you can find someone to help get you to therapy sessions or doctor appointments since you are unable to do the virtual doctor...
      3 replies | 111 view(s)
    • FadeToBlack's Avatar
      13-12-18, 06:22
      I spoke to someone online who told me I needed to report a crime so that the people responsible get punished so they cannot do the same to others. The problem is this all happened between 1999 and 2004. I did email the Police, and they were very concerned. The problem is that I donít know...
      1 replies | 35 view(s)
    • somedaymaybe's Avatar
      13-12-18, 05:49
      Hi. :) I think as we get older, we do feel more of an urge for love/companionship. This is completely normal. No one wants to be alone forever, right. I think everyone suffers with insecurities, but that can be even more so when we have depression or any other mental illness. You may have...
      1 replies | 28 view(s)
    • somedaymaybe's Avatar
      13-12-18, 05:40
      Hi, and welcome. :) I have suffered through this as well, ever since I was 15. I am now 25. I always thought the over-sleeping, constant tiredness and lack of energy was due to my depression rather than my anxiety, but really it could have been as a result of either or both. I also suffered...
      1 replies | 26 view(s)
    • slynn98's Avatar
      13-12-18, 05:03
      So Iíve been with my girlfriend for almost 2 years now and I love her with to pieces. Iím almost certain sheís who I want to marry as I donít think there is anyone else for me. We met at a penn state branch campus and Iíve been in love with her shortly after that. However this year I have started...
      1 replies | 17 view(s)
    • a417h's Avatar
      13-12-18, 05:00
      a417h replied to a thread Try again? in Self Harm Forum
      My parents and brothers are the primary reason I have not attempted again. I don't want to cause them any pain. I don't think I have many talents at all. I was decent at guitar, but gave it up out of frustration. I was decent at piano as well, after playing for 8 years, but have not played in more...
      4 replies | 82 view(s)
    • Emeralda's Avatar
      13-12-18, 04:20
      Thank you for your reply
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      13-12-18, 04:16
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    • Jkc24's Avatar
      13-12-18, 03:36
      I could have wrote this post myself! I have sever health anxiety, and like you, a couple years ago I would have never thought I would be here now. Iím in constant fear of heart attacks and strokes and all these crazy diseases. Iím 24 years old and healthy. Iíve had all the work ups on my heart as...
      4 replies | 54 view(s)
    • lostpotential's Avatar
      13-12-18, 03:30
      HELLO!! I wonít really put my name out there yet haha but Iím looking for some advice . I donít wanna use the word depressed yet but for years Iíve always had suicidal thoughts . I believe Iím very ugly . I got attacked when I was younger and I never did anything about it . Years later Iím crying...
      1 replies | 28 view(s)
    • Nikitabaker2019's Avatar
      13-12-18, 03:27
      I wanna know what happened too, my ig is nikita_maria_ann
      29 replies | 47621 view(s)
    • lostpotential's Avatar
      13-12-18, 03:25
      Hey Guys!!! Iím a young 20 year old Male. I donít really know how to type this out but Iím very ashamed of who I am and how I look . I hope I donít bother anybody. Thank you
      3 replies | 115 view(s)
    • Jkc24's Avatar
      13-12-18, 03:10
      Iím sure you can ask. Donít have much advice but I recently have been thinking about it too, youíre not alone.
      7 replies | 95 view(s)
    • Jkc24's Avatar
      13-12-18, 03:05
      Jkc24 replied to a thread Sever health anxiety in Anxiety Forum
      Thank you. This has helped. Gave me something to start thinking about. Iím happy I joined this forum. I donít know anyone else who suffers like me, it feels good to talk about it and here other stories.
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    • MyFloridaGreen's Avatar
      13-12-18, 02:16
      Firat of all you not compare yourself with another mean your competetion should be you and then also when one loveable person come in your life he will reliaze you that you are word biggest beautiests girl.
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    • MyFloridaGreen's Avatar
      13-12-18, 02:14
      Yes it is good to stay away because with the passage of time you will get together.
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    • tiltawhirl's Avatar
      13-12-18, 02:11
      Mine did so rather routinely. I had mostly suppressed it. My childhood memories are very sketchy...but this seemed to be a thing. She is dying now. But as the realization of the way she used to slap me like that, I am ready to resign from comforting her. My parents weren't there for me when...
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    • *winofunk*'s Avatar
      13-12-18, 02:06
      Hello my Fairy friend. Sometimes I get scared when you don't post. From reading your posts I can understand that you often struggle and it worries me that you are going through it alone when you are not on here. Remember that this is a safe place for you. No matter how you feel, you can come...
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    • Inentec86's Avatar
      13-12-18, 02:06
      So... I've been hearing these voices in my head for almost 5 years now... At first I thought it was a result of the drugs I was doing. But 4 years ago, after stopping ALL the drugs, I realized they weren't going away or even fading out at all. In fact, they have since gotten louder and more...
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    • tiltawhirl's Avatar
      13-12-18, 01:59
      Oh, Doll, I hope it doesn't hurt you but I am impressed you actually took my recommendation and ordered it. I don't know many who read much. I must be truthful. Once those compartmentalized shells shattered. I fell into sobbing uncontrollably. Have not done that since a young child, I would...
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    • HHRT1's Avatar
      13-12-18, 00:49
      Hi Hedgecobra, At night mine sound like a crowd talking - like at a noisy restaurant, but without the sound of dishes and such. I can pick out a few words, but not much. Some times negative phrases about me or something I did. I sleep in the living room with the TV on which helps a lot for...
      2 replies | 36 view(s)
    • bgriley's Avatar
      13-12-18, 00:18
      Hi everyone. I'm new here. I do not have schizophrenia, but my ex may have it. I know.... weird that I am reaching out on his behalf when we are no longer together. The fact that we have a 10 year old son, is why I am reaching out. So, it all started in March when he quit drinking cold turkey....
      3 replies | 38 view(s)
    • AAGille93's Avatar
      13-12-18, 00:17
      Charlesschizophrenia Iím in the UK, calypso Iím doing ok I guess, theyíve taken me off cloz and put me onto depots as I wasnít being compliant... which sucks big time. I just want to be at home next Tuesday Iíll have been in four months!
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    • Hopefuloldie's Avatar
      13-12-18, 00:05
      Hi - that experience sounds familiar to me (and I don't possess any superpowers, unfortunately!) Voices can take all forms, and don't necessarily address you directly. If it's any consolation, I hear them a lot less than I used to and am much better at dealing with them when I do, so they are no...
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    • Cfcsonster's Avatar
      12-12-18, 23:50
      Hi BPDevil, I’m with you there, I need to work on myself first. I need to sort my problem out. Social Media is pretty much the only way to respond to a couple of my mates or else I would. They don’t answer their phones, but then I end up looking at everyone being so happy, whilst I’m just living...
      4 replies | 57 view(s)
    • Cfcsonster's Avatar
      12-12-18, 23:45
      Thank you for your response and your welcome. Iíve seen itís quite common. I can feel low in mood, but that usually comes after the social anxiety. Beforehand, my mood is ok. I try to stay positive as much as possible, but as soon as something gets me down, my mood flips. I will see my GP ASAP, and...
      4 replies | 57 view(s)
    • Tired Daisy's Avatar
      12-12-18, 23:37
      The police are really tided up are wont do anything. Sometimes medication can make you say things and talk about things that your not actually going to do and like you said your not going to go there... Take care
      4 replies | 85 view(s)
    • Sammyahha's Avatar
      12-12-18, 23:35
      Hi everyone, I suffer from EUPD and depression. The personality disorder is by far the most damaging for me. Anyway Iíve applied for PiP and have appointment for face to face next Wednesday. 22 miles away and hubby will be accompanying me. As the title suggests, Iím so worried about whatís...
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    • BPDevil's Avatar
      12-12-18, 22:57
      i like having a favourite person he completes me
      4 replies | 279 view(s)
    • HedgeCobra's Avatar
      12-12-18, 22:53
      Hi there, I'm new to the forum, I'm looking to gain some knowledge about my condition and share my experiences with others. The main thing that has literally been on my mind for a long time now is the hearing voices thing. I had a psychotic episode around 15 years ago, never heard voices....
      2 replies | 36 view(s)
    • BPDevil's Avatar
      12-12-18, 22:50
      i hope not
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    • BPDevil's Avatar
      12-12-18, 22:46
      if you force yourself to die it hurts more than if you die naturally
      27 replies | 598 view(s)
    • Yazhiva's Avatar
      12-12-18, 22:43
      First of all, hello! I'm new to the forum and really just wanted to see if there was anyone with similar experiences who have any advice. I did do a quick search but most results seem to be related to depression. I've had anxiety (with varying levels of severity) since I was 18, and I'm nearly 25...
      1 replies | 26 view(s)
    • HedgeCobra's Avatar
      12-12-18, 22:36
      Hi there, As someone who's been through a lot of different medications, I'm now just on Lithium and it seems to be doing the trick. I was diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder during a 9 month stay in hospital. Of which I was sectioned numerous times. Put on medications I had no say in....
      7 replies | 208 view(s)
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