Well I have had depression for a long time now but never thought I may have schizophrenia. I haven't been diagnosed with schizophrenia by a medical professional but I have done a little research and believe I have developed some kind of paranoid and possibly audio schizophrenia. It really began around this time last year. I always feel as if I am not alone. Like someone is watching me. Like there are people watching every move I make. I even think that people no all my personal habits like if I watch a porn (not recommended) or pick my nose, or don't brush my teeth... If I have a conversation about someone or something I feel as if that person knows about it. I feel like people dont like me everywhere I go. It goes on and on. It has become very debilitating causing me to lose jobs, causing me to lose time with my son and family. Its depressing because having this disorder limits my entire life. I cant be a normal person with friends, family or a job. What company is going to want a nut job? They would pass me over in a second. What women is going to want to be with me? Who the hell is going to want to have kids and raise a family with me?View Thread
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