hi there. in a celetial thought process non-logical to relevancy. is always underminded by society. some, in their dillusional state, could agree with people that have dillusions. sayin, "yes" the aliens are after you. but to those who are sensitive to beleiving in what people say, like myself, is hard to distinguishe between their voice, the voices in our head. And the seperation between our thoughts. thank you for your post, i hope to hear from you!View Thread
George, oh he's got schizophrenia. the term that plaguesw the earth of humanity that know me. Or do they know me. I've been diagnosed with a mental illness going on 7 years. I hope to find some people to discuss topics relating to this illness. we all have questions, some of us i see are seeking the answer. I know reading some discussion has brought an, "I'm not alone" feeling to this subject. glad to see people can discuss this topic. we all need the help, some further into recovery than others. many with this illness know every day can be either up or down. and are unpredictable. somebody to talk to and share some personal things like, right medications it took them to stay well (i know everyone is different and respond to different medications) but perhaps we can share the trial we've been through to get some mutual answer or help eachother.thank you, geostorm!View Thread
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