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They won't stop

whiteflags330

whiteflags330

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It's more severe at night, but I've been hearing voices intensely for about 2 weeks now. I just want them to get out of my head. It's always "I'm bored", "you need to hurt this person", "you're useless"
I'm sick of it and I don't want to hurt anyone, especially myself! I just can't take this anymore and I have no idea what to do. I can't see my psychiatrist until the end of the month and my therapist told me it was just stress. I'm calling my psychiatrist tomorrow morning to at least see if she can help in any way.
 
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Georgina

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I say I'm bored because the voices are accusing me of things I couldn't even imagine doing and it scares me it causes me to harm my face and scream and shout my kids get frightened for me constantly.
 
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nohope4u

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Try to focus on your loved inner self and do not release your peace. It's a discipline that can help a ton
 
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natalie

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Hi, Whiteflags,

Ive mentioned this elsewhere, could you possibly try to listen or watch music, dvds or videos, or put on through headphones if you have a small personal music player, and listen to music that way?

Music can and does help mental health a great deal.
 
whiteflags330

whiteflags330

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Hi, Whiteflags,

Ive mentioned this elsewhere, could you possibly try to listen or watch music, dvds or videos, or put on through headphones if you have a small personal music player, and listen to music that way?

Music can and does help mental health a great deal.
I just got new headphones and love using them whenever I can. I make an upbeat playlist with some of my favorite songs
 
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