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05-07-2014 11:09 PM
misslesleedavis1 GSD fan do you have access to HCA's?

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05-07-2014 10:52 PM
vicky2200 As a nurse I can definitely say that you should talk to someone about this. It may or may not be really happening. Either way you need assistance.
05-07-2014 10:48 PM
Jax08
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Thank you guys for even reading this thread, good or bad reactions!
Concerned. Not bad reactions. Concerned reactions.

And please don't feel you can't post whenever you want. People will either read or not read. Respond or not. But if it makes you feel better then post and let it out.
05-07-2014 10:43 PM
huntergreen having your mother over is the best idea in the thread.
05-07-2014 10:05 PM
GSD Fan Thank you guys for even reading this thread, good or bad reactions!
05-07-2014 09:37 PM
Msmaria so many things stand out on your post. Having a brother with PTSD bipolar and schizophrenia so many things are jumping out at me and I can can see it in your post. talking to your case manager is a great idea. Don't be afraid to talk to those people that are close to you and may know your past history.they may be able to help you when you are hearing the voices by agreeing if they heard them also. Dont be afraid, the more open u are with your family or trusted ones and let them know whats going on will help you determine what is real and what is not. A move can be very stressful and I know it was during these times my brother really had to reach out to the people he trusted and his case manager. For him adjustment of medicine helped.
05-07-2014 08:38 PM
The Stig
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Here's what I would do...have a friend come over and pretend you are having the most and best sex you ever had!!!!...yell, scream, bang against the wall, knock something off a table that makes a huge bang...

Then bring them a pie the next day
Haha! That pie bit had me cracking up!

OP, I am sorry that you are going this and you are NOT wasting anybody's time except those who choose to feel that way.

I do not doubt you re: your neighbours' harassment. I don't like to pre-judge, because 1) I do not know you personally and 2) I am not living in that apartment. I do hope the channels you go through are able to help you deal with this situation. If I were in my 20s, I would definitely think of some colourful ideas on firing back on that old toad and her accomplice. Unfortunately, I mellowed with age... BUT it is not beneath me to say, payback is a bitch though!

All the best,
R
05-07-2014 07:30 PM
GatorBytes View the video in this link...big hug

A Woman With Schizophrenia Reveals Wisdom We All Need To Hear | Collective-Evolution

Author of this site writes...

It is often believed that severe mental illness is something that us “normal” folks cannot relate to. It is perceived to be a disease of the mind that is completely different and separate from what we label as a “healthy” mind. I myself once felt I could not relate to mental illness like hearing voices for example… until I saw this video.

We all hear voices in our heads in one way or another. We all have an internal narrator that generates thoughts. We do not need to take them seriously, believe in them and let them guide our lives if they no longer serve our journey… but we often do. As much as they are mere thoughts, mankind has built this tendency to leave them unquestioned and to adopt them as beliefs that often guide our every word, action and reaction.

Now imagine such thoughts becoming audible to you, reflecting all of your fears, worries, insecurities and beliefs about yourself and the world like a magnifying glass. Imagine them taking a life of their own and trying to convince you that your fears and insecurities are real and that you should submit to them. Is this really an “illness” that falls into a completely different category than hearing thoughts in our heads and believing in them?

It is now clear to me that most mental illnesses can be regarded as tools of personal growth, magnifying our most deep rooted beliefs and fears similar to how the “common” ego reflects our insecurities. In both cases, we are being shown our self-sabotaging perceptions as an opportunity to re-empower ourselves to transcend them.
To everyone who has a mind and thoughts, this video of a women describing her schizophrenia will re-empower you to observe your own mind with more compassion and understanding and to reclaim the driver’s seat of your life. If she can do it, we all can
05-07-2014 07:10 PM
Gretchen
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I've been stabilized on my meds, but I will tell my mother come in and while we're watching a movie, I'll ask if she hears anything.

Other than that, I talked to my case manager and everything.

If it does anything, I feel much better than I did when I first posted this.

This issue is resolved for the most part. I'll do my part and ONLY post a thread on here like this if I get evidence of it happening. This will make sure not to bother or waste any member's time.

Thanks!
That is an excellent idea and I'm glad you've talked to your case manager.
Being in a new place can be very stressful and bring on issues you thought were resolved. I don't feel you are wasting my time, I'm concerned and glad to respond, I hope I did not upset you.

I once rented a place, and the first night I moved in, the upstairs neighbor starting at 10pm blasted music, I couldn't sleep. I went up to ask her to turn it down, and she said she does this every night and said she hated me and wanted me to move. This went on for 3 days, on that day I spoke with the landlord and asked to get out of the lease. He agreed and said his renters had problems with this neighbor and would probably need to take legal action against her.

If your mom notices anything wrong at least you will have a witness and can take action against your neighbors.
05-07-2014 06:50 PM
GatorBytes Honey, don't let the negative ninnies get to you (on this forum mostly), and the neighbours of course.

Here's what I would do...have a friend come over and pretend you are having the most and best sex you ever had!!!!...yell, scream, bang against the wall, knock something off a table that makes a huge bang...

Then bring them a pie the next day
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