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Originally posted by CleverNameHere
reply to post by Miraj
On some days, it can be debilitating.
There are days when I don't trust myself driving, if my visual hallucinations are more frequent than usual.
Other days I stay locked in my room, because I'm unsure whether I'm really awake or not.
I believe it started for me around 14/15, and gradually the hormones helped it worsen until about 19, and then December 2008 came alone, and I reached a stand-still.
Yes, my employers are actually family. They know about my condition. They treat me a little better(which I tell them not to), because I think they believe that if I'm uncomfortable, I can flip, but usually they leave me alone. I do my job, and they usually never ask me to do anything because I know what has to be done. They're always "Are you okay? Are you hungry?" "Do you need to sit down, take a break?" etc. They're great people.