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Hi, can you please tell me what disorder this could be? Woman, Non emotional personality, very cold with family, like sexual pleasures, person who do not love husband and not love the only child, abandoned the child for men. easy to be flattered, love to be flattered and it is easy influenced by flattering and compliments, low inteligence level, mean person, histerical reactions on stress, cheat and lie to hide her pleasures, non empathic at ...
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Hi everyone I have joined this forum because I need to talk about the way things are going for me in therapy I feel sad and a bit confused. It feels like my therapist invalidates my feelings a bit and I have been in therapy before, it feels isolating and hopeless to think that this won't work either. Has anyone else experienced something like this?
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A Way To Deal With Auditory Hallucinations

Hi Everyone!

I would like to introduce myself. I am a paranoid schizophrenic, scientist, artist and I live in Nevada. I graduated from University with a Bsc. I have a very handy tool for those of you that hear voices. Write down the inner dialogue, including your responses. Then read it back to yourself a few days later and see what you think! Keep this diary for yourself to "investigate" your illness, like a detective ...
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Frequent, brief visual hallucinations: can it be normal?

For some time now, I’ve been seeing things that weren’t there every day. I know they can’t “really” have been there because they quickly disappear. The things I’ve seen have ranged from colours to people and disembodied facial features. Frequently I see ordinary items that then turn out not to be there, or images imposed on my surroundings like full-colour pictures or drawings, strange fabrics, and items of unusual appearance on the floor.

They don’t ...
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What does it feel like to feel real?

I've experienced dissociation, including depersonalization but overwhelming derealization, for basically my entire life. For the past... 10 years about, it's been bad, and I have moderate to severe derealization basically all of the time. I can think of one time where I felt like it was just mild, since I've been aware of it happening.

I wanted to post in the general forum rather than a dissociative disorders forum because I am not seeking advice ...
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I have a childish innocence

I am so innocent about everything. I have the most stupid doubts. I'm not sure, but I think I was in doubt if being a pedophile was acceptable. I think I thought: a pedophile has no fault of being attracted to kids, so he/she should not be judged. I'm like a kid who doesn't judge anyone. But now I know that everyone hates pedophiles and accepting pedophilia is a mistake, pedophilia is disgusting. Do you ...
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Does anyone want to be my backup?

If neather of us are married by the time we're 40, we get married.
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Severe sensory hallucinations causing trauma by triggers

A few years back I developed intense sensory hallucinations. It seemed like my feet were being dragged by powerful weights to the earth. Then there were bizarre auditory hallucinations. I was in college and I could hear chalk board sounds in my apartment, as well as bizarre statements that I thought was coming from my neighbors radio.

After a few months I became convinced my neighbor (who was pretty cold to me when I first ...
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Brightest Children Suffering Mental Disorders.

The most potentially brightest aged 4 and 5 years children could be the most effected by psychological degrading behavioural disorders.
Having read an Internet reading on Bipolar Disorder and Asperger's syndrome symptoms, having read from the top of the first Google search page, “webmd.com” and “activebeat.co”, listed behaviours for Asperger's resembles the television series “The Big Bang Theory” character' Sheldon.
My entire Webmd.com and activebeat.co reading on Asperger's has the reading describing a list of ...
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Am I Normal?

Greetings Everyone I am new here. Nice to meet you all. I am 20 year old guy. I have posted a thread here as you see.Yes it's title sums it up.Now I will explain my behavior.

I feel odd these days I don't know if this is Normal so I created an account and posted this as I need some answers.Now I am a Loner kind of a guy.Well I wasn't always this way but ...
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