For as long as I can remember, I've had a skin tag on my neck. One day I finally had the courage to cut it off with scissors. It bled more than I thought it would, but after I cleaned it up and bandaged it, I progressively started to feel better and better as days went by.
I have more energy, I act on impulse more often, I can hold conversations MUCH better for some reason, I don't procrastinate, doubt myself, or have negative thoughts or feelings anymore, also I don't seem to have any libido at all and feel no physical attraction to anyone. I think I was in a dark depression, in denial, and only have now realized it and, now, I'm out of it.
I feel normal, like everyone else. I feel overwhelmingly invigorated, seemingly, out of nowhere. I'm convinced the skin tag was the source of negativity in my life, and now my quality of life has improved greatly.
I have no doubt that something finally snapped, mentally. I blame the screaming I hear all day at work, or the repetitive music...or a combination of the two.
Of course the removal of the skin tag could have simply coincided with the onset of psychosis, or it merely acted as a trigger.
Please confirm my suspicions, tell me these are the ramblings of a cracked man. __________________________________________
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Anyone ever have a "best friend" treat you like a pariah? Mine told me to move into a trailer park or an assisted living facility after I complained about my financial situation. I am disabled, by Social Security, since 2005. Mental illness and physical maladies from chemo. Oh, yeah, I had breast cancer too. Had a mastectomy in 2004. By the way, she said this to me after enjoying years living high on the hog from inheriting her father's millions after he died. Gee, you think she turned into a snob? I told her that and we haven't spoke since. This was over a year ago. I'm sure she thinks I am wrong as usual. I was destroyed after she said that and still am. I will never get that out of my head. You know, being a LOSER because of my illness. Blah blah blah.View Thread
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