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... it depends on the individual schizophrenic. we experience all different types of visual hallucinations. it's different for everyone. ... (28 replies)
... esteem most of the time too, and this has led me to drink and take drugs heavily on many an occasion, a lot of the time with serious detriment to myself and my family. ... (0 replies)
... esteem most of the time too, and this has led me to drink and take drugs heavily on many an occasion, a lot of time with serious detriment to myself and my family. ... (0 replies)

... esteem most of the time too this has led me to drink and taking drugs on many occasion, a lot of time with serious detriment to myself and my family. ... (3 replies)
Seeing things
Nov 14, 2005
... are treated with the same meds... So I just let it go.... but i still dont understand how seeing "Jesus" in my computer is different than that of a schizophrenic experience that is my point... ... (3 replies)
Seeing things
Nov 14, 2005
... Whether you have Bipolar or Schizophrenia or just a headache, you treat the symptoms. That rule applies to any type of mental or physical illness. You treat only the symptoms of what is wrong. ... (3 replies)
... its a good place to ask questions and be sure of things before making a step to get help... ... (10 replies)
Esp?!?
May 9, 2004
... e weird. Our natural human tendency is to be curious and amazed, and to share thing that are amazing. I agree about the subconscious but I also think it consists of much more than just our own lives and our own thoughts and deeds. ... (2 replies)
... not as much as they used to, now its kind of like a once a day thing. and yes i still hear things, but i dont see things anymore. ... (44 replies)
... Dealing with paranoia when you've never had to before is very scary. I remember how frightened I was in 1995 after I started being afraid of people watching and following me. ... (44 replies)
... I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia when I was sixteen and seventeen respectively. I do not suffer from auditory or visual hallucinations, however, to the great extent that some people do. ... (12 replies)
... more manic episodes. Also, many people diagnosed with type I experience one or more major depressive episodes. A manic episode is defined as a distinct period of abnormally and persistently elevated, expansive, or irritable mood, lasting at least 1 week. ... (9 replies)
... There are two types of Schizoaffective, Bipolar type and depressive type. One is dxed Schizoaffective when they have auditory or visual hallucinations and are not in a state of mania or depression. Yes you can have the mood disorder, but it's not the cause of the halucinations. ... (9 replies)


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