Does anyone experience at night mostly hallucinations like something touching you when lying in bed. When im awake usually in the evenings I will see like shadows and feel like presences in the room with me.View Thread
I have been one to hear like people i knew were in anouther room or upstairs literally talking bad things about me but they claim that in actuality that they may have not at all even mentioned my name. I havent heard something laugh or taunt me close when no one is present or close to me. have you been diagnosed as schizo - efffective? That with the bi - polar with sever mood swings and the ptsd is what i am dealing with as a diagnosis. Thank you for responding. no one else has and I was starting to think I am all alone witth this. Thank you.View Thread
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