Feeling like someone is constantly following me and watching my every move

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mathsaholic31
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I even find it difficult to change in my own room because there is always a person watching me, i can't be myself anymore in my own place because they are always watching me and it's ruining my life, i just want to go back to normal and remove this person them from my god dam head
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Who?
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Who?
i don't know who
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if you are actually being stalked then phone for help
if this is a mental health problem try therapy
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I even find it difficult to change in my own room because there is always a person watching me, i can't be myself anymore in my own place because they are always watching me and it's ruining my life, i just want to go back to normal and remove this person them from my god dam head
Do you have any evidence for this? E.g have you seen or heard anything? Seek help either way - if there's evidence then contact the police if there's not and it's more a feeling of paranoia then seek mental health support by seeing your GP. I hope things improve
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Sounds like paranoid anxiety, Malevolent OCD or schizophrenia to me. Could also be other mental problems that I don't know of, as I'm not a trained medical professional or a qualified psychologist. Maybe you should seek mental health help from your GP? Because if you leave this, it will eat you up in the end, trust me. Hope this eventually improves, no quality of life otherwise if you're waking up everyday with your heart pounding on heart attack mode and your mind racing like mad. Good luck kid
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Sounds like paranoid anxiety, Malevolent OCD or schizophrenia to me. Could also be other mental problems that I don't know of, as I'm not a trained medical professional or a qualified psychologist. Maybe you should seek mental health help from your GP? Because if you leave this, it will eat you up in the end, trust me. Hope this eventually improves, no quality of life otherwise if you're waking up everyday with your heart pounding on heart attack mode and your mind racing like mad. Good luck kid
what do i say to the gp? I wonder if they would refer me to the police
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what do i say to the gp? I wonder if they would refer me to the police
Ever heard of the Hippocratic oath? What you say to a doctor is confidential. Only if you are a crazed axe wielding murderer and the police have a warrant, can a doctor divulge anything to them. They are supposed to be there to help you, not hurt you. None of what you have said will be said to the police, as it is not a crime. It only becomes a crime if you act out on these thoughts to hurt others.

Just tell them what you are telling us now, I understand some of your feelings, having had them as a teenager myself. They will most likely ask you some questions also and assess from their own medical standpoint how bad it is. If it fits the criteria for them of a particular mental illness, they will refer you to a specialist being a psychiatrist and you will go through a process of seeing that person before you get a diagnosis.
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Ever heard of the Hippocratic oath? What you say to a doctor is confidential. Only if you are a crazed axe wielding murderer and the police have a warrant, can a doctor divulge anything to them. They are supposed to be there to help you, not hurt you. None of what you have said will be said to the police, as it is not a crime. It only becomes a crime if you act out on these thoughts to hurt others.

Just tell them what you are telling us now, I understand some of your feelings, having had them as a teenager myself. They will most likely ask you some questions also and assess from their own medical standpoint how bad it is. If it fits the criteria for them of a particular mental illness, they will refer you to a specialist being a psychiatrist and you will go through a process of seeing that person before you get a diagnosis.
okay thank you so much
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okay thank you so much
No problem, I was around 15-19 when these kinds of paranoid behaviours plagued me. But they weren't on your level. If you require any further guidance, please do let me know. Best of luck to you my friend
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You probably have some sort of paranoia disorder
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