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#delusional paranoia #Auditoryhallucinations #SchizoaffectiveDisorder #ParanoidThoughts #paranoidschizophrenia #Paranoia

#SchizophreniaSpectrumPsychoticDisorders . I wonder if there is a group for paranoia on here. I wish I could better cope with the things I hear people say about me when I’m in public. Resperidone helps, but there is a lot of remaining delusions and auditory hallucinations that I can deal with when I’m feeling good, but make me angry sometimes when I’m surprised by them or I’m already tired or in a low mood. I am a very kind person and would never hurt anyone, but I’m hard on myself. I haven’t seen much on here about paranoia, but I would love to know how people can deal with this day in and day out. Dwight.


music hallucinations #Auditoryhallucinations

ive been hearing music all day yesterday and all day today. last thursday friday and saturday i was in a deep depression and it seems that when i come out of these states i hear music so faintly. cant understand the words or recognize the song most of them time. twice i was able to catch the song and had never heard one of them. very unusual but thats my “normal”


Has anyone been PEC'd or put in the hospital for Covid-19 and Mental illness at the same? #Co -morbid Mental Illness #COVID -19

As a non-high risk person, I contracted Covid-19. I also have co-morbid mental illness. I was attending a virtual Intensive Outpatient Program and my LCSW noticed that I was really going down hill physically as well as mentally. She talked with my therapist and psychiatrist and they completely snowballed me. They PEC'd me. (They admitted me to the hospital against my will) I was in program and my mom comes into the room with a police officer. There was am ambulance waiting outside and after about an half-hour of trying to tell them I was fine, off I went against my will. My LCSW felt I was gravely, gravely disabled and told me when we talked I was being provocative. After the ED, they put me on a 1:1 on a Bio-contained medical floor with all the other covid patients. The 1:1 sat outside the door, with the door closed. They rotated a nurse from the psych floor up to the medical floor, I had a Dr that "used to be" a psychiatrist, a really quiet psychiatric resident and a different LCSW that didn't know up from down. They would come into the room, in all the proper PPE, stand really far back and stay long enough to ask like three questions. They had no interest in treating me because of the fact that I was a psych patient on a medical floor, with a strong stigma over my head with Borderline Personality Disorder. I was isolated, put on phone restriction (not allowed to call or receive any calls), not a single person to talk to and struggling with covid. I talked my way into going home a bit over a week later. The LCSW did absolutely no discharge planning. The covid is better (thank goodness) but my depression has tanked as well as a major increase in suicidal thoughts. I feel worse mentally than when I went in. I don't know what to do? Was anyone else in the hospital on a psych and medical service, and how were you treated? How were you when you went home? Feeling majorly discouraged and lost. #COVID19MentalHealthCare #MajorDepressiveDisorder #CPTSD #BorderlinePersonalityDisorder #Anxiety #Auditoryhallucinations #Disabled

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Had anyone ever experienced auditory hallucinations in their sleep?

Today, for the first time ever, I was awakened by the sound of a woman coming into my apartment and saying hello. I thought maybe maintenance had come in without notice, so I scrambled downstairs to hide my dirty laundry only to find that no one was there.

It really confused and scared me. The disrupt in my sleep schedule threw me off all day, even though I did try to go right back to sleep. I'm under a little more stress than usual because both work and class started back up again this week. I am hoping it will not happen again. Has anyone else experienced this? Can anything prevent it?

Also, enjoy another hiking picture. There were lots of signs warning hikers about snakes, but I didn't even glimpse one. Lucky for my husband, who is deathly afraid of them.

#Auditoryhallucinations #SleepDisorders #Anxiety #Depression



does anyone else here deal with auditory hallucinations? because of my ptsd and past experience I often find myself hearing sirens and its hard for me to tell the difference if its real or not as I live in the city. any tips or tricks that have worked for you?


Is there something wrong with me?  #Anxiety #Auditoryhallucinations #questions #scared #Depression #Adviceplease

Something weird has been happening to me the past few days. I got in a car accident on Monday of last week and no one was hurt, but I've been really scared and anxious ever since.  The past few days, out of nowhere, I've been hearing cars honking or a really loud bang, when there's no reason for me to hear cars honking.  It makes me feel like I'm going crazy, suddenly I'm back to when the car is hitting the bus I'm on and I'm panicking.  Am I going crazy?  I feel like I'm completely losing my mind. Does anyone know what this is?