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poomah

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I've always tried to ignore the voices I hear on the basis they are a symptom and talking to them would be validating their exisistance.
But talking to my new cpn he mentiond a doctor who uses talking to peoples voices as a treatment.

So I wondered how many people ignored their voices and how many talked to the
 
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skylark

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I try to ignore my voices but it is very difficult for me to do so. They get to me all the time.
 
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My voices are gullible

I just assumed they were anti-consentual survellience and thought there was no way to survive, but by keeping my nose clean, and keeping to myself, I am still here, I gathered as much info from them as possible, and it is a difficult thing to know the truth about, but if they make inconsistent statements that cannot both be the truth, i sift and sort it out...they lie, then i reject what they say... and cross-reference with the one good voice, I took them right on... and enourage other voices to control and limit what they say or do... they have no authority of expertise or legitimacy... just intimidation and coersion... and I find them mostly under pressure of an extreme sort themselves... My voices are always looking to use information about God and saftey to survive containment... I could write a book on prisoner's dilemma at this point, as well as anti-delusional mental training.

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