reply to post by aaaiii
Originally posted by aaaiii
Land of the psych ward, home of the coward.
I'll see you on the other side, or will I?
He moves in mysterious ways.
amen brother, you should post in rants and i'll be your second.
EVERYBODY who proposed cops, believes in solving problems with violence, and cops are the very last people you want dealing withn what may be a
harmless nutter. as many who called them to calm down a relative or a friend tragically discovered. when the cops "prescribed the little lead or
copperjacketed pills" as a cure.
then there is schizophrenia: the definition which changes with the political and social tides
early in the 20th century it was used to lock up depressed housewives, often depressed by their husbands little mind games because he was tired of her
and wanted to move on to the next victim but needed a acceptable excuse to divorce her.
in the sixties it was angry young black men, claiming the government was out to keep black people down could get you locked up and treated
and ther's a normally nice young lady who has contradicted herself in a manner spanish speakers refer to as:
"preaching morality in their underwear"
quick call the men in white coats!!!
Originally posted by Tiger5
I am a practicing magician. IMO I would always assume a mental health diagnosis before a supernatural one. I feel it is best to involve the health
authorities before priests or magicians unless there is a clearly supernatural component.
and i am a fallen one.
it was a long fall too.
your attitude while considered commendable to most,
never ever assume anything!
that pretty girl that chats you up and mooches a cigarette from you, and oh her ride is here and leaves...
just got her hands on a magical link,
which she'll deliver to her masters
who will use it to really do a number on you.
crazy vibes and possesed vibes are veeeerrry different.
she could also be feeding on the energies
released by the people she shocks.
but you won't know until you see the person and look in their eyes.
Originally posted by autowrench
reply to post by DoxieCircus
That certainly sounds like schizophrenia, with paranoid delusions and the possibility of psychotic episodes. My advice? Call police and report he as a
possible danger to herself and others.
gasp!!! ET TU AUTO?
Originally posted by starchild10
It sounds like this woman is psychotic. 'Possessed' belongs a century or so back when people didn't understand mental illness.
L and of course people understand mental illness nowadays.