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    I don't know what's going on in my life. I hear a voice commanding me to do things, I hear laughter constantly at me, the walls melt and scream, the ceiling keeps coming down towards me, the cat called me a fat c***, I keep throwing up all my pills and everythng I eat, I have a headache, I feel weak, I've started hallucinating people, when I go outside everyone talks about me, laughs at me and stares at me, my psychiatrist is trying to poison me, I find it difficult to read text on a screen, I feel cold, my thoughts keep getting stolen, my house is bugged, the people are work are conspiring to against me, and more than anything I feel scared. Really really scared.

    I told my gf and she keeps screaming at me. Literaly screaming. "Don't I realise how stupid I sound. Don't I realise I'm not making sense. Am I really that ****ing stupid." I just want a hug and for her to tell me that things are going to be ok. She keeps threatening to call the police if I try to leave the house at night.

    I'm really scared and just want to talk to someone about what's going on but the one person I thought I could go to has turned me away.
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    Please go to your doctor. It really sounds like you have a mental health issue and you'd really benefit from some treatment. I'm sorry your girlfriend doesn't understand, hopefully she'll realise. But please get medical help.
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    Your girlfriend is probably just as scared as you are. It can be incredibly difficult to know what to do when someone is having a psychotic episode but she should know that screaming at that person is only going to make them worse. Coincidentally, there's a course I'm completing on a website called FutureLearn called Caring for People with Psychosis and Schizophrenia and it sounds like your girlfriend could really benefit from enrolling on it. It's completely free and available until the 19th November, I've found it explains the symptoms and treatments really well and focuses a lot on those who care for individuals with psychosis.

    https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/...-schizophrenia
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    (Original post by DrawTheLine)
    Please go to your doctor. It really sounds like you have a mental health issue and you'd really benefit from some treatment. I'm sorry your girlfriend doesn't understand, hopefully she'll realise. But please get medical help.
    I see a doctor but he's trying to poison me with his "medications".


    (Original post by bones-mccoy)
    Your girlfriend is probably just as scared as you are. It can be incredibly difficult to know what to do when someone is having a psychotic episode but she should know that screaming at that person is only going to make them worse. Coincidentally, there's a course I'm completing on a website called FutureLearn called Caring for People with Psychosis and Schizophrenia and it sounds like your girlfriend could really benefit from enrolling on it. It's completely free and available until the 19th November, I've found it explains the symptoms and treatments really well and focuses a lot on those who care for individuals with psychosis.

    https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/...-schizophrenia
    I don't think she's scared, I think she's angry. She keeps pushing me away, I don't feel like I can tell her things any more and I feel so alone. In the past I would tell her things and we would work through together but now she just shouts at me straight away. Tbh I think she wants to leave me and find a better guy but feels some sense of obligation now she's in this far but it's wearing away at her as she doesn't want to.

    Thank you for the link, I looked at it and emailed it to her but I don't think she'll even look at it. It's not her kind of thing, she likes to do things by herself - like I tried sending her information from other Websites but she ignored it all.
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    Why do you think the doctor is poisoning you? You should take the medication if you've been recommended it.
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    Why do you think the doctor is poisoning you? You should take the medication if you've been recommended it.
    I'm sure he's a nice guy and all, I can see it in his face, but his hands are tied, he works for a higher organisation that wants me dead. I tried taking it but I keep throwing it up because I don't want to die.
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    Why do you think the doctor is poisoning you? You should take the medication if you've been recommended it.
    The doctor, as much as this sounds counterintuitive, isn't the problem, I will deal with that. I don't know how to deal with my gf. I need support because right now I'm alone and scared and she is just making everything worse. She keeps threatening me which makes me even less likely to tell her things but then I bottle them up and my thoughts are so messed up and confusing.
 
 
 
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