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Chilling Whispers

FastLaneC3

FastLaneC3

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Something scary happened while was sitting in class yesterday evening. I had taken a mild sedative before going to class (as to help reduce stress levels and stop any memories from popping up caused by the PTSD). While I was sitting in class I started hearing this whisper, and it was so cold and chilling. It was the voice of a guy who had attempted to rape me, and soon I started hearing the voice of the other guy involved. Soon there were the voices of 2 other guys who had done things to me in another incident. They were all talking at once and whispering, and it was so confusing.

This has never happened before :eek: I was totally caught off guard. Any idea what this is?
 
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Hi FastLane

I suffered with PTSD (amongst my many other diagnosis). I still get sudden memories but not the whole reliving thing that used to happen to me. Now if I get a memory I can usually ground myself and move on.

I've never heard of hearing whispers as being a part of PTSD, but just because I haven't heard of it doesn't mean that it couldn't be a part of it. I would speak with your psychiatrist if you have one or your GP and see what they think.

Just a question though, do you usually take your sedative in the day? If you don't I would mention that to your GP/Psych because it might have something to do with it, but I couldn't say as i'm not a medical professional.
 
FastLaneC3

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Yeah I'm only linking it to the PSTD because the voices were those involved in the incident but I'm going to mention it to my counsellor.

I take 2 sedatives in the afternoon and 2 again in the evening.

The whole thing just caught me off guard. I've never experienced something like that before. :(
 
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