Dissociating is one of the most common responses to abuse and trauma. It involves feeling numb, detached or unreal and (while it happens to everyone once in a while) is experienced more frequently and severely in survivors. Dissociating people vary widely in symptoms and…
If you get help now you will more than likely have a more successful life because you’re so young. The younger you catch the symptoms, the bigger possibility of things improving. Get to a doctor.
Get help ASAP. This is the best advice I can give anyone. Therapy, meds, and support will really made a difference.
Some illnesses cause psychotic symptoms when you’re under stress, or manic, so yeah it’s possible.
I guess this would have to be your decision. It is possible that your positive feelings about your hallucinations will go away when you start meds, but id try to start meds.
Sorry I haven’t been on, I’ve been extremely stressed lately, to the point where I am actually sick.
So I am seeing if anyone wants to help run the blog, just message me. Thanks.
[Image: common house mouse on 18-piece green colored background. Top text: “Doing a good job working on homework and staying on track”. Bottom text: “suddenly become convinced you have rabies and spend the next four hours researching it”]
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[Image: common house mouse on 18-piece green background. Top text: “can’t tell if disorganized thoughts are due to meds.” Bottom text: “or because not enough meds”]
I typed this for everyone who is suicidal or thinks suicide is the answer because it isn’t. It’s a beautiful world, you just got to think about it very hard. There is so much for you to discover and things to do that will make you happy, it’s just temporary pain, it will get better. I also typed this up mostly because of Jade because I love her and I need her.
This is so beautiful