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... Wow, this is weird! I'm so glad I found people who understand. Yes, they have lives of their own and their moods fluctuate with mine, when I'm sad, or jealous, so are they. ... (98 replies)
... having anxiety. I feel foolish now, but, oh well...my imagination was going overboard. Its now a lot quieter thanks to being medicated... I like this guy so now my fantasies are going crazy again...you wouldnt believe the things I think of...or maybe you would...I should concentrate on school work... ... (98 replies)
... having anxiety. I feel foolish now, but, oh well...my imagination was going overboard. Its now a lot quieter thanks to being medicated... I like this guy so now my fantasies are going crazy again...you wouldnt believe the things I think of...or maybe you would...I should concentrate on school work... ... (98 replies)

... I'm, like, so paranoid someone will steal my ideas, and if I ever was able to sell it for money, it wouldn't be mine! Stupid, I know! ... (98 replies)
... I still like looking at photos and watching videos of him, but my friends say they do this too, so I'm not too bothered about that. I used to actually act out the scenarios, but now I don't do it as much, if not at all. ... (4 replies)
... I'm a teen and I do this too.I have an imaginary buddy who I talk to a lot. I also talk to what I call "Mind Versions" of real people. Say I have a friend named Joe. ... (1 replies)
... I had everything straightened out, I would follow life through with my Integrity intact. ... (0 replies)
... I have an imaginary older guy I talk to also. He's become a character in a lot of my stories. He varies somewhat between stories just to keep the storylines separate. ... (98 replies)
... I'm surprised that there doesn't seem to be medical information out there about something that seems so common. I did this, too, from early childhood through my teen years. I began getting really worried about myself, but it ceased after I became more detached from my family. ... (98 replies)
... I wasn't sure. Anyway, if you were asking me, I'll tell you. I don't get this obsession nearly as much as my blasphemous ones, but they can pop up once in awhile. ... (73 replies)
Help please?
Jan 11, 2007
... and turn and say my reaction to something to somebody not there, or start a conversation with someone not there, even reaching out and touching them, reacting as if they touch me. ... (8 replies)
... I was told to maintain a regular routine of exercise and to drink less coffee and booze, to help with my depression and paranoia. ... (98 replies)
... neliness and an active imagination ... depression too to some degree. I don't recall feeling loved as a child, and have been doing it since ... I was also raised in an abusive home environment so I think in a way, it was my escape. ... (98 replies)
... I am being affected in softball, at work, and at home as well. ... (1 replies)
... ve had a lot of slightly odd ticks and habits which have annoyed me greatly but never really incapacitated me to the extent I see elsewhere in similar cases. ... (12 replies)
... I, too, "pretend" to be other people, taking on their characteristics and behaviors, but with me, it's simply echolalia and mimicking from my Asperger's. ... (7 replies)
... Ever since I was a child, I've had these thoughts that kind of like..control what I do. Like, in order to convince myself to clean the dishes, my mind would tell me someone I love would die if I didn't clean them. This is something that I remember happening around the time I was 10, and has continued. ... (2 replies)
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... Outward signs of affection directed towards me make me disgusted and angry for some reason. My Mom, Dad, and Mom's boyfriend are all alcoholics. I have absolutely no motivation. ... (55 replies)
... Hey, curiouslearner! I haven't talked to you for awhile! Yes, echolalia can be a symptom of schizophrenia or psychotic mania in bipolar I disorder, but it's much more commonly associated with autism and Asperger's, an autistic spectrum disorder. ... (10 replies)


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