Thank you for your questions, everyone.
Originally posted by nonnez
At what point do you decipher and differentiate the inner monologue from that of the intrusive-exterior influences (or those which appear to be so)?
How much of a "fine line" is there between the two, three, or . . .? Or is there no difference that can be easily perceived?
I know the difference between my own thoughts/inner dialogue, and the things that I experience which are not my own.
Originally posted byMossflower
What type of schizophrenia were you diagnosed with? (if I remember right there are different kinds with different manifestations)
Originally posted by Mossflower
Do you feel that you see deeper levels of reality that other people aren't aware of? Or do you think the differences you perceive are in your head
and you wish they would go away?
Yes, I do think that I am able to percieve reality on a different level than other people. It is
"in my head", but everyone else experiences
reality "in their heads". The only difference is my brain is wired differently, which enables me to percieve things that others can't.
This is my reality, the things I experience are
Originally posted by MossflowerHow would you say this affects your life? I know that may be a stupid question since I would be hard
pressed to explain exactly how anything about me affects my life, but I'm just wondering if you think things would be totally different for you if
you didn't have the schizophrenia diagnosis attached to you.
Well, I don't only have Schizophrenia, I also suffer from major depression, Bi-polar, and a plaethora of personality disorders.
I have crippling social anxiety, and I suffer from panic attacks daily. I haven't left my house in three years.
Originally posted by superwurzel666
As someone with schizoid problems myself, i have become rather more aggrophobic over the years, to the point where although I like to chat on sites
like this, in real life I generally avoid anyone outside my own family like the plague. One of the main reasons for this is that so many people are so
utterly ignorant about mental illness, and when someone starts talking to me, it quickly becomes apparent that there is something slightly wrong. Then
you try to explain, and just get met with a whole barrage of misconceptions, etc.
When I was younger I'd be more patient with them, and try to explain the situation, but after twenty or so years of it, I just can't be bothered
anymore, so I simply don't bother getting into any kind of conversation with most people in the first place.
Darn frustratin' though at times!
I can totally relate to you. I have friends that I talk to online, but in "real life", it's very different.
I hate people, I am a misanthrope. People generally make me very uncomfortable, and their ignorance revolts me. They are not even self aware.
Originally posted by LuisCyfer
I would just like to say first off that it seems to me like you were just born at a lower vibrational frequency. Which is easily changed (if desired)
through meditation. However, in my experience, medication has always reinforced the "Victim Mentality" as opposed to a "Champion
I think you're the one who was born at a lower vibrational frequency.
Not answering your question, u mad? And strong quintuple post.