it depends on the drug your on 15mg doesn't mean much, i remember when i came to london i was on 25mg depixol this psychiatrist said 25mg don't know why they prescribe it, might as well drink tap water
my then therapist said "why not drink tap water", a breakdown alone and isolated in london wouldn't be pretty to this day
I've been hearing voices for quite some time. Always covered it up and they didn't used to be intrusive until a few years ago. For me they're always just out of sight, like just outside a window or coming from an air vent or something. I completely understand that they aren't real, and they don't really offend me much anymore. They used to make threats to me but now it's far more conversational. I named one of them Jane when I was detained in a secure mental health facility and she now speaks to me most of the time, rather than me being visited by other voices. Yes it's weird, I understand that, but it's a coping mechanism for me I suppose.
Um yeah so I just looked it up.... probably not going to be on my list of films to watch. It's about someone suffering from the same thing I suffer from but he's some kind of crazed killer! I think not!
I hadn't ever even heard of DID until I was diagnosed with it last year, I just knew of multiple personality disorder. Didn't have the faintest realisation that I suffered from it, work was the worst, people actually knew I think but it was always covered up because I was a pretty good rainmaker. It was only when one of my alters decided to resign me from my job that I realised I had a problem.