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Re: guilt vs paranoia

Postby creative_nothing » Sat Aug 31, 2019 8:49 pm

Guilty is Just Shame in a quasi psychotic way.
Shame of an invisible God, or an introjected parent.
It is not considered psychotic because it is based on socially shared values.

Nevertheless It is out of touch with reality. In the weakest Sense It is as If we had any power or unity with our past. Sometimes It is even a quasi onipotent delusion of Power on the outcome of our actions(we Just have Power over our present actions, never about the past, never about the outcomes of our actions)

If vou have harmed anyone and regret It go on, try to fix It, and promise yourself never doing It again.

Feeling guilty wont help anyone, It is just a mild form of psychosis.
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Re: guilt vs paranoia

Postby saucygirl31 » Sat Aug 31, 2019 9:18 pm

okay gotcha thank u.
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Re: guilt vs paranoia

Postby morbid3 » Sat Aug 31, 2019 11:28 pm

It doesn't sound like you have this problem (of feeling guilt). It's curious though that your therapist would make a point of this. The way you described it it sounds almost as if she said that in an accusatory tone. If this is a qualified therapist and she understands your nature why would she do that? She should take that more or less for granted if she's any good at her job.
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Re: guilt vs paranoia

Postby saucygirl31 » Sun Sep 01, 2019 12:02 am

she really is something man let me tell u.

she's court ordered and last session I called my PO a fat fuking bitch and my t goes "SAUCY, SHUT THE FUK UP. THATS UNACCEPTABLE." curse word and all I'm like damn don't u know this room isn't sound proof.

and I've called my victim a bitch before with less a problem she tends to get more aggressive with me over time. she doesn't like my sht to say the least lol.

i guess the only reason to get worse is because she's running out of cards.
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Re: guilt vs paranoia

Postby morbid3 » Sun Sep 01, 2019 12:17 am

I'm like damn don't u know this room isn't sound proof.


LOL.

Yeah, she doesn't sound like she's in the right job at all. Court-appointed means you're stuck with her, I guess. Sucks.
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Re: guilt vs paranoia

Postby ArchCannon » Thu Sep 12, 2019 12:30 pm

I always thought that guilt is internal and shame is external. As in, you can shame someone who did bad. So basically is a kind of retaliation. But guilt is conceived in the mind of the person who did bad. Coming from the dissonance between their morality and the deed they done.
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Re: guilt vs paranoia

Postby ZeroZ » Thu Sep 12, 2019 2:12 pm

I believe shame is directed inwards and guilt is outwards, so if you do something bad to someone you care about you are ashamed that you did it, guilt would be that you feel bad for the person you did it to instead.
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