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I've seen Mr. Shadow. He peaks into my eyes

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Usually feel anxious over things. I study things too much, which is bad with disorganized thoughts (Very neat when it comes to my space). Not uncommon to get off-topic easily. I empathize for killers (Jared Loughner) & hate people that hate them. I've attempted suicide twice (I know I'm a failure), but WILL NOT go for 3rd. After 2nd time, feel like I lost many memories & ability to speak right. Only make sense when I speak to myself, which I do under breath. When I was 14, I believed I was a king. No specifics; I carried myself in way that angered parents because we lived humbly. At same time, I made a host in me to talk to (Zeke). After 2nd attempt, I believed I killed him because he didn’t talk anymore. He returned with same sarcasm & wit. I let Zeke direct because I'm too kind; he’s normal. I deal with a lot of stress (no girl, no money, friends, college). I've seen Mr. Shadow. He peaks into my eyes. I shift from mania, depression, & anger. Neck spasms accompany.


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replied May 11th, 2011
Schizophrenia Answer A22804
Hello and welcome to e health forum.

It is difficult to analyse and interpret your condition online.

You might benefit by consulting a psychiatrist for proper help and advice.


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