- Jul 8, 2013
Hi Haley, voice hearers tend to have their own beliefs regarding the origin of their voices. But from a psychological perspective, they can represent a trauma past or present that has been or is being repressed. Bullying as a child may be considered a trauma, but it can be a variety of things from abuse to brain tumours. I don't want to alarm anyone by getting too detailed.Thank you for the Anderson Cooper video. It really showed me what it's like for people with that problem. Does it all stem from unkind remarks made to one as a child? So it repeats?
I am an example where my experiences of hearing voices were very positive, and not connected to any past abuse. I agree with forum member te.reo.orooro that more people need to know that hearing voices is not always a negative, devastating thing. My experiences were very spiritual and life changing. I have written about my experiences, and if you click on my nickname (dd2015) and go into the "About Me" tab you can find out more about my book, which I hope will help to educate the general public.Thank you for the Anderson Cooper video. It really showed me what it's like for people with that problem. Does it all stem from unkind remarks made to one as a child? So it repeats?