Two days ago, I started having an obsession about the possibility of getting schizophrenia. I am now 29 years old, and I know that this lowers the probability of getting schizophrenia. However, I believe I have some important risk factors,
So, a bit of context about me, I see a therapist about depression, social anxiety and self-harm. I’ve mentioned before to two different therapists about two instances separately where I had a very forceful and compulsive urge to do something.
From a man in the U.S.: I have a sister who, around age 35 ( she is now 50), developed an almost indescribable amount of hatred towards me. Most of it has been expressed by giving an ever changing list
I’ve been having these very graphic and violent thoughts about murder. I’ve had these thoughts ever since i was about 8. I’ve read about similar stuff, but most people talk about feeling guilt for these thoughts. I don’t feel guilty
I have a friend that I have gotten very close to over the course of a year. She recently told me about a problem she has at home. Her parents are divorced, she lives with her mom and sister, who
Mom is 84, diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. Has been hospitalized unwillingly multiple times. Cannot believe she is ill. Will not take any medication whatsoever. She is extremely intelligent, was on the debate team at school, a grant researcher for a
For as long as I remember I’ve dealt with ocd. When I was younger and used to walk to school, I would set a number for crossing the street, and if I didn’t make it to the other side –
Hi I am a 21-year-old male student. Recently I smoked weed for second time in my life. I smoked more than what I smoked during my first time. I inhaled the smoked fully 6 times and then I started experiencing
My brother is a paranoid schizophrenic with bipolar disorder autism and adhd. His schizophrenia comes with homicidal thoughts. He’s been admitted into a hospital before and was being treated for years. About a year ago now he went off of
Hi, first some information to myself. I am a very planning person and hate uncertainty and feel a high degree of responsibility for my family. I also was always afraid of death and therefore also of cancer, heart attacks also.
I’ve been dealing with this issue for a little over 7 years. It started out as becoming easily agitated, to the point I’d break things, rip up clothing, and shut out anyone close to me. It progressed to feeling watched
Since May, I haven’t been sleeping great. I had a roommate before I came home and as soon as I slept in my own room, I’ve been freaking out at night. I see the light flickering by my window, someone’s