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I am a voice hearer but I am also a hero!

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AR1

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My name is Angela
I am voice hearer but I am also a hero. I was diagnosed with auditory hallucinations when I was four years old. I am a proud voice hearer. There will be times when I do struggle, but I have an amazing support system. And they are very helpful. I am inspired by all you voice hearers!
Being a voice hearer has effected me throughout my whole entire life. In positive ways and negative ways. But I know everything will be alright because if it isn't alright theres ways to make sure its going to be alright. I am a strong voice hearer. I don't let my voices treat me poorly. Even though sometimes they do treat me terribly. I get through everyday with hope, faith, and pride.
I am glad to be me. Hearing voices isn't all that great. But a piece of advice is accept yourself and don't let the mean voices get you down, because they are totally wrong. Don't listen to those mean voices. I love myself as a voice hearer.
 
boudreauj4

boudreauj4

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I think it's great that you feel this way. I hope the best for you.
 
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Jason76

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Sep 18, 2018
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Thank you for sharing. I am accepting myself as a voice hearer, but I like to call it telepathy. It scares me at times but it is who I am. Thank you
 
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