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I feel like everything is cloudy and weird and get thoughts of stabbing my self with a knife. I sometimes hear stuff like phones ringing or people calling me while there is no one there. I also sometimes randomly see a thing that starts moving around slightly and warping. I also get depressed for short or long periods of time half a day to a week and other times I just can’t contain myself and feel like I’m so excited I would like to hurt others. I have cut myself but stopped and used recreational drugs thinking it can help but of course it didn’t. Help. (From Greece)

Everything Is Cloudy and Weird

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It sounds like these very disturbing experiences need some attention and I highly recommend talking about these feelings with a professional. I appreciate you trying to cope with them on your own, but as you’ve said, this doesn’t work.

Make an appointment with a psychiatrist or clinical psychologist who can do a proper evaluation and help put together a plan that can help.

Wishing you patience and peace,
Dr. Dan
Proof Positive Blog @ PsychCentral

Everything Is Cloudy and Weird

Daniel J. Tomasulo, PhD, TEP, MFA, MAPP

Dan Tomasulo Ph.D., TEP, MFA, MAPP teaches Positive Psychology in the graduate program of Counseling and Clinical Psychology at Columbia University, Teachers College and works with Martin Seligman, the Father of Positive Psychology in the Masters of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) program at the University of Pennsylvania. He is Director of the New York Certification in Positive Psychology for the Open Center in New York City and on faculty at New Jersey City University. Sharecare has honored him as one of the top 10 online influencers on the topic of depression. For more information go to: He also writes for Psych Central's Ask the Therapist column and the Proof Positive blog.

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Tomasulo, D. (2018). Everything Is Cloudy and Weird. Psych Central. Retrieved on March 24, 2019, from
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