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Re: *** How are you feeling today? ***

Postby safergalaxies » Wed Sep 12, 2018 11:50 pm

I feel strangely powerful today. I've been doing a lot of heavy drinking for about a decade, but basically quit for the past 8 months and have taught myself to drink like a regular person and be okay with it pretty much. I'm regaining control, which is something I never intended to lose in the first place. My wife is finally realizing that I know whats good for her. I really do, and I have her best intentions in mind, and I think she's starting to trust me more blindly. Now that she's left for work, I look around my home and I realize that I'm in control here. Me. And knowing that for the first time in over ten years, I can finally feel safe again and get back to my work.
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Re: *** How are you feeling today? ***

Postby dookienext » Wed Oct 10, 2018 6:36 pm

Hello,

I am feeling very good today. I am struggling with paranoia. I think someone implanted a medical device that enables mental health professionals to hear me think and see what I see. I think my parents hired a company to stalk and harass me and it's been 10yrs of this. I am going back to school soon. I really like playing piano, painting, writing and reading. I feel annoyed most of the time, so writing helps me feel better. I think the company wants me to get a job and give themselves credit for my work. I stopped working because of this and I will get another job when they stop harassing me. My doctor agrees I am not hallucinating.
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Re: *** How are you feeling today? ***

Postby dookienext » Sat Oct 20, 2018 11:18 pm

My parents hired a company to "help" me.

It is like the Star magazine of journalism in terms of health care companies. Serious physicians do not consider this company "good" or "high quality" health care, but because the company is so big and allows any smothering dilettante to participate, it has a major following. It does not need evidence of your behavior to start monitoring you.

The company stalks and harasses me, 24hrs/day.
The follow me while I'm driving and surround the buildings I'm in and yell.
My doctors agree I am not hallucinating.

I am trying to identify the name of the company. It is a national program. I need to sue this company so that it cannot so easily target mental health patients without their informed consent. In the state of CT, it is illegal to initiate interventions without the consent of the patient, so your parents cannot violate this law or enable the company to violate this law. I have connections to lawyers and I have evidence of their abuse. All I need is the name of the company. No mental health patient should have to suffer at the hands of someone harassing them on a whim. You deserve quality health care, not some unqualified $#%^ standard euphemism.

They can also manipulate you to think you are "hallucinating", when really, they are surrounding you and yelling at you. You are not "hearing voices". People are targeting and attacking you. No mental health patient should have to suffer from abuse and deception. So, I am going to find out who this company is really and make sure your rights are protected.

Does anyone know the name of this company?
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Re: *** How are you feeling today? ***

Postby RottenFish » Mon Nov 05, 2018 4:23 pm

dookienext wrote:The company stalks and harasses me, 24hrs/day.
The follow me while I'm driving and surround the buildings I'm in and yell.
My doctors agree I am not hallucinating.


I would get a professional opinion from a different set of doctors.
Your doctors may agree that you are not hallucinating, but another doctor might say you are hallucinating.

-- Mon Nov 05, 2018 11:24 am --

safergalaxies wrote:I feel strangely powerful today. I've been doing a lot of heavy drinking for about a decade, but basically quit for the past 8 months and have taught myself to drink like a regular person and be okay with it pretty much. I'm regaining control, which is something I never intended to lose in the first place. My wife is finally realizing that I know whats good for her. I really do, and I have her best intentions in mind, and I think she's starting to trust me more blindly. Now that she's left for work, I look around my home and I realize that I'm in control here. Me. And knowing that for the first time in over ten years, I can finally feel safe again and get back to my work.


I'm happy for you. Gaining control over alcohol takes a lot of strength. :P
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Re: *** How are you feeling today? ***

Postby LordCorn420 » Thu Dec 20, 2018 1:43 am

I feel horrible today but I made food so I feel a bit accomplished there. I'm usually to lazy and unmotivated to cook.
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Re: *** How are you feeling today? ***

Postby MrFangs » Tue Dec 25, 2018 5:36 pm

I feel like $#%^ today, unfortunately. Freakin ocd :(
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