reply to post by CleverNameHere
I was diagnosed after 9/11/01, but have recalled things were already starting a downward spiral towards my crash. As far as I can recall, my diagnosis
was schizoaffective disorder AND dissociative indentity disorder.
Ive since recalled having heard voices for most of my life, but for some reason, had also repressed much of it, as if part of the alters doings.
Missing time events etc. Supposedly, even missing time events for those around me? ( another delusion or supernatural event? )
I've also since recalled the military having been involved and mind control to a strong degree. The sad thing is, is that most of what I would write
and talk about as having happened is than said to be another delusion.
It's as if I'm a schizophrenic Borg gathering information and adding it to my alleged delusions. So, I guess that would make me the Schizophrenic
Some of the people I'd met during and after my hospitalization seemed to also be connected to the government and other groups. Military, CIA, ( MK
ultra; Remote Viewing, Mafia, Aliens; Angels; Watchers, Entities etc. etc.
Coming here has been a wide range of topics and paranoia material, but it's also GROUP THERAPY....which my therapist claimed was a bad idea. The
sceptics here have been a lot of help as has memories of some bible scripture that relates to false works, prophecies, false prophecies, possessions
I'd watched Beautiful Mind several times and listened to Ron Howards commentary on John Nash NOT taking meds and still becoming stabilized.
Once a person can accept these as delusions or highly questionable. it seems as if that's a defintion of being stabilized.
I've been on SSDI now for 5 years and am under the realistic paranoia it's going to be taken away. Of all times....NOW?
That just adds to the mix as if to throw me back into the fire again.
I've become what they claim is stabalized, NOT by the medications that almost killed me, but by NOT wanting to die from them.
Now, I've basically had threats of non-compliance if I don't take it.
Actually, I'd like to be able to help people like myself, that is, if I can handle it. My therapist might say again that that's a bad idea. IDK
There are movies about people with DID and schizophrenia that I believe these people should watch, if they can, as part of psychotherapy.
Beautiful Mind as one Cybil and a few others like it. I had mixed feelings about Me Myself and Irene and think Jim Carey should apologize for it or at
least talk about the reality.
Here's a UK Youtube video(s) docudrama on schizophrenia and psyhcotherapy with or without meds. ( if you haven't already seen it) I encourage others
to if they have not. The actress in this movie to put it in UK terms was Brilliant. ( to me anyway as was the subject) I look forward to seeing more
of her work.
It's been said that schizophrenia and DID are not the same. I think it's progressive as mentioned about Bipolar progression I've recalled hearing
in outpatient therapy. My outrage with the system is that they use the child sexual abuse card and want to " Push Pull or Drag" that scenario as if
So, my question is how much of what I've mentionned here can you agree with and relate to?
What movies do you believe are likely to be good therapy
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