Hi denise. I'm 23 and suffering similar symptoms although I think I may have a form of early onset dementia as well as a bi-polar disorder. I got lost walking to a friends house I have walked too 100 times for about and hour n a half the other month, I walked 2 and a half miles home with bleeding ankles and didn't notice, when I look at stuff for too long the world starts to melt away, i leave my stuff EVERYWHERE, I hear voices and when I rage if you gave me a gun I could do in anybody and I honestly mean ANYBODY. I have 7 suicide attempts (apparently I suck at it/people found me in time 3 times) but I don't have gun rights or the motivation to hop off a bridge so it's almost pointless apparently I can eat 70 some odd vicaden and live right? I'm there with you but I'm telling you to save what little you have left. I don't have the energy or brain power anymore to barely dress myself and/or walk out of the house anymore... Or even eat at times (weeks i should say). I'm dying and I know it, at 23... I have used since I was young and have been on 3 different meds and NOTHING gets rid of it... I cry relentlessly because the one woman I HAVE EVER LOVED LOVE is watching me revert back into a brainless lump just like when I was born. I want to dye before I get to far gone but apparently it's illegal to try to die even when your dying inside anyway. Your not alone, but I don't wanna lie to you and tell you, ya every fool gets better... Some of us don't...View Thread
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