posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:54 PM
reply to post by Uniceft17
First, I am sorry that you are experiencing such a disturbing situation right now.
Second, this problem, what ever it is, as was mentioned by several thoughtful posts below, is a biological thing and no different than any other
biological disorder. The brain is an organ and things can occur within the brain. Don't be ashamed of having a biological disorder, should you
have one. Being ashamed will make it more difficult to address the situation.
Third, don't believe this nonsense of being haunted, moving into an altered state of awareness or any of that business. It is nonsense and frankly,
irresponsible for someone to suggest to you that you should not seek medical support for this condition.
Fourth, don't go to see any type of doctor other than a psychiatrist. You may need a doctor who can prescribe medication and a psychologist can't
do that. You need to see an MD. If you don't feel comfortable with the MD you see, go and see another with whom you feel comfortable.
Fifth, don't give up on getting well. Some of these conditions can take a long time to get solved. For example, the average person with Bi-Polar
Disorder takes over a decade to get properly diagnosed. Often they get significantly worse as their GP will proscribe a series of anti-depressants
and that is potentially very dangerous for someone with bi-polar.
Finally, best of luck. Keep positive, keep working on a solution and have faith that you can be made to feel better.