From a woman in the U.S.: Hello, I suffer from bipolar. But that isn’t always my biggest problem. This is personal, but i am desperate for help. I suffer from PMS. PMS triggers My mania and depression by 1000%. I
I have been restarting psychotherapy. I have been having a psychiatrist(meds.) for a while now. I started and stopped a year ago. I have been back at it since about February. Every type of medication works for a short while
the U.S.: Is it possible for a person with persecutory delusional disorder to feel actual physical pain that they believe is being inflicted upon them by a distantly located source? This would consist of burning sensations, poking, and (electrical) shocks,
After drug usage caused psychosis and 2 years of recovery (most of it a “after psychosis” kind of depression of some sort, i’ve no idea. basically not being able to do anything) ive become very interested in learning competitive games.
From a teen in the U.S.: i seen hallucinations for awhile but they have slowly been getting worse.. i’ve been to pysch wards before and they have always asked if we see hallucinations but mine were minor so i never
From a young man in the U.S.: i am constantly rubbing my hands together, i talk to myself in my head and always think someone is talking to me is this normal? ive went to 3 drs and they said
From a woman in the UK: I’ve had terrible feelings of boredom since childhood. It feels like I want to turn into myself, and make myself so small inside i want to disappear or escape from myself and shut down
From a young man in the U.S.: I cut straight to it. Sometimes I can’t tell what’s real in my mind or not. I can’t tell if what I’m feeling is being caused by something tangible or not. Sometimes it
From a young woman in the U.S.: I don’t know if there’s anything wrong with me or if I’m just over dramatic. It started when I was fourteen and went on for a couple of years. It then stoped for
From a man in Canada: I was diagnosed with ADHD when I was a child. I quit taking medication 17 years ago. I feel, and different tests have shown that I have severe adult ADHD. I explain my situation to
From a teen in Canada: At a young age I was diagnosed with depression and social anxiety. I’ve been on medication for it for the past four years. However, I am becoming concerned that this diagnosis is no longer accurate.
From a young man in the Netherlands: I love order, and structure. So every time I lose track of it, I start over. I can’t help myself. I think I’ve made more than 20 email addresses, had more than 16