posted on Jan, 22 2013 @ 09:50 AM
Wow what an interesting video,both the one in the OP and the one OL posted.I found them very insightful and disturbing aswell.Though I have to admit I
didn't find them scary or frightening in anyway,more revealing than anything on what sufferers endure daily !!
Just a couple of questions though.Are the voices always in the 3rd person.i.e do they hear other people talking about them ??
I mean,I have an inner monologue which sometimes I wish would shut the f**k up (although the older I get the better I'm getting at ignoring it and
shutting it off) but it's always my own voice,like I'm having a conservation with myself !!!
Also my inner dialogue,if dialogue is the right term,I think it's applicable as although it's me talking to myself there's definitely two different
points of view,as such which technically constitutes a dialogue.
I don't hear it,rather it's a mono/dialogue in thought rather than audio.Do schisophrenics actually hear these voices rather than experience it as
These videos gave me a little insight into what it must be like although clearly I can't truly understand what it means !!
I get songs stuck in my head all the time and it's nearly always some real annoying mainstream pop song I can't stand.The Germans have a name for
songs,pieces of music and advertising jingles that get stuck in your head.They refer to them as 'Ear Worms',a rather apt name wouldnt you agree.