|I had not been religious at all prior to the breakdown, I was atheist and only from a normally christian family. Having hallucinations/visions of religious things then seemed only like a clear indication that "something was out there", that God existed etc so it became perhaps weirder than if I was already a believer.|
|My weight has increased significantly since recovering, and I feel my movement is slower than it used to be, that my speech is more dull and that I'm slightly less intellectual and slower thought process. Can these be damages of either the psychosis...|
|Yeah, I've heard of psychotic experiences that never reappear again. I recently talked to a friend of mine and she said that as a child she was afraid that people were reading her mind. I wonder if that was a psychotic feature or just imagination.|
|It is possible, though not common, to have one standalone psychotic episode or psychotic period, especially if you are also experiencing an affective disorder.