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... I am having alot of issues lately with paranoia. I'm not really sure if it is as severe as schizophrenia as I don't have hallucinations or voices in my head. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, Gemma, I'm Sue, and I have schizoaffective disorder, too. I had a really bad break a few years ago, and had horrible problems with paranoia and delusions that no medication could help. I eventually got better, but I still have problems with paranoia sometimes. ... (8 replies)
... I also have very bad paranoia problems that have brought immeasurable suffering to me in my life. Antipsychotic meds are the only thing that has ever helped me. ... (2 replies)

... Severe Depression patient and I dealt with the cheating thoughts in my head too. ... (2 replies)
... My therapist and I use CBT to help me deal with my paranoia. ... (19 replies)
... my intellect would explain the fear by creating stories of persecution. We can only hope that medication and perhaps a chenge in lifestyle will help with the emotions of fear. I do believe that the intellectual component of paranoia can be defeated with rationality and spiritual labor. ... (8 replies)
... its the nurse practitioner who you actually deal with directly. I'm sure that's how its commonly done. ... (19 replies)
Oct 8, 2009
... its interesting what you said about the, "heart," and how it is the problem where paranoia exists... I honestly never looked at it that way. ... (9 replies)
... psychotics. Even now, being on the appropriate medication, I still have bouts of paranoia that are sometimes unmanageable for myself and my family. ... (13 replies)
... Hi. I am currently on Invega 9mg, Lamictal 150mg, and Lexapro 20 mg and i still deal with a lot of paranoia. It's probably my main symptom right now. ... (12 replies)
... I would like to also know how ppl deal with this.. Does talk therapy help? ... (13 replies)
Nov 23, 2006
... The important thing to remember is that until you know what it is, it's best to stick with dealing with one thing at a time. Depression is hard enough alone to deal with without worrying yourself over problems you might never have to face. ... (4 replies)
... Still, it is hard to meet someone else with a schizoaffective diagnosis who knows what you mean when you talk about paranoia and delusions and things like that. I think it's wonderful that you're working and that you have a boyfriend. ... (8 replies)
... Hi, my name's Gemma and I've just moved to London. I suffer from bad paranoia and psychotic symptoms, doctors told me it was schitzoid-affective disorder. The Doctors here have been really distant and don't seem to be able to offer me any treatment other than throwing perscriptions at me. I'm feel isolated and things are getting worse. I can't talk to anyone about it because... (8 replies)
... Also, thankfully his situation is a mild case. He functions rather well on the whole with only rare instances where the paranoia creeps in. He runs a public blog and has been very open about his life, and this seems to actually help him cope with the problem in many ways. ... (3 replies)
Jun 7, 2018
... I believed completely that he had done them on purpose, even though this is about 1 year into a long distance relationship, and he is so gorgeous to have put up with my ups and downs throughout. I am beyond relieved, to be seeing him, in a week. I am crying at the thought of it as I type. ... (0 replies)
Oct 28, 2009
... ke away a lot of those insecurities about people thinking things about you or not liking you. I was the same way. I had no control over it, but I was preoccupied with my looks a lot of time. But if you meet that girl you'll overcome the insecurity. I'm in my late 20's. ... (9 replies)
Oct 25, 2009
... its quite hilarious because I'm still searching for someone who is, "genuine," enough for me to handle. I can't stand having people around with private agenda's and things like that because my mind tells me they're dating me for, "BAD," reasons. Its hard. ... (9 replies)
... It's definetly hard to deal with everyday. I know I'm lucky to have a great, supportive man in my life and a beautiful daughter. ... (4 replies)
... I think you are a brave woman becase you deal with this everyday and you are here helping others... that's wonderful.!!!! ... (17 replies)

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