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originally posted by: SailorJerry
originally posted by: Sheye
How come people like John Edward and other psychics never get diagnosed schizophrenic. They make tons of profit on their “ visions” , and I don’t see a team of psychiatrists after them with a mental illness diagnosis.
This world is odd. 🤔🤷🏻♀️
Because everyone knows they are faking it
originally posted by: StallionDuck
a reply to: rickymouse
So what does it mean when you can see a whole world in front of you, people, buildings, having long conversations with others who may or 'may not' be there? I mean... I have this weird thing going where I see people everywhere I go and I even talk to some and they often respond. It happens everytime I open my eyes in the morning and lasts until I close them to sleep each night. Even hotdogs taste real! Man... Music is so... Awesome! Don't get me started on porn....
I wonder what kinda of wonder drugs a doctor will have for me if I tell them that?
Stop telling me what i should think. I get that all day
Stop telling me what i should think.
If you're going to tell a doctor that works in general hospitals that you're having visions, he's going to tell you you're crazy. If you're not satisfied with his answer then continue searching for different doctors
Having "visions" is not normal, there has never been any actual proof that any individuals can actually have any kind of vision
originally posted by: Peeple
a reply to: OtherSideOfTheCoin
I have a feeling you read a different OP than I did.
He went to a regular doctor and told him about Visions, which are basically vivid dreams and got diagnosed with schizophrenia. The doctor is always right you say? I don't think so. I've seen severly depressed people and their doctor told them that they don't need psychiatric help. Where they right too because they have the title?
originally posted by: Jerseymilker
a reply to: SupremeBeing
I'm going to take a different approach.
Dr's are in such a hurry to take the next patient they never take time to properly diagnose. Not all the time of course but a lot of the time. I know when I go in to the Dr (as little as possible) there is no checking me over, they first check my age then advise me no matter what I say that my problem is due to my age.
If you are bothered get a second opinion. If you feel you are healthy and have no issues, who cares what the Doctor says.