I really hate this no one believes me Why would I lye about hearing things and seeing things that most don't. In the beginning of my schizophrenia was when i was a boy whenever I would walk alone I would hear my name and when I turned around no one was there. But it really started to get bad when i fell into the drug world what I thought was helping me was just making it worse, meth made it easy to be around people and weed would slow down my thoughts so I could think straight. Thank god I am now drug free of meth for 6 years and weed for 3. Back in 2002 I tried to kill my self I got closer then any body should after that I started to hear these two voices that were different then the ones I deal with they are evil, sorry of going on for so long my point is I wish the doctors would finally say I have schizophrenia and put me on the right path to maybe one day I will have control of thisView Thread
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