I took a test and it said I have early signs of it. I also have felt many things and saw many shadows that are never really there, but it is more of a "out of the corner of your eye" thing, but they can also run across your vision.
I also have delusions, where I believe that people are out to get me, and that I am scared that ghosts and monsters will come out and attack me. I personally know they are not very improbable to exist, but it seems like i believe they really do exist despite the evidence. I am afraid my shadows will start hurting me and talking to me.
I also have high anxiety, I actually had a panic attack when I started seeing the shadows tonight.
I also checked the chart of symptoms, and it seems like I have every single symptom on there. including, but not limited to:
Low motivation Depression Childish behavior stopping midsentence, forgetting what I said social withdrawl memory problems hygene issues attention issues hypersensitivity to criticism not feeling depression in a sad event I even smile and laugh at sad events in moves, I do not even know why...
and almost all the other symptoms.
I hate to sound like I am self-diagnosing myself. But i am curious to see if I am crazy, or i am just over-reacting to anxiety (that i usully do not feel until after the episode...). I know I should see a doctor, but I am broke and I do not want my family to think I am nuts. So this is my only hope at the moment.View Thread
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