Your hyper-focus on that one event is likely contributing to your current state of anxiety. You “feel like” people are heckling you but you don’t actually hear them. In that case, fear may be the problem, not psychosis.
Seeing a therapist would be a wise decision. A therapist can review the events causing you distress and determine if your thinking is realistic. Counseling can also teach you more effective coping skills for handling your anxiety.
Choose a therapist who specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). CBT is an effective treatment for anxiety disorders. Medication might be helpful but it may not be necessary. That is something you can review with your therapist. Please take care.
Dr. Kristina Randle