There are nights when I cannot sleep because I am terrified.
I have phasmophobia.
Before I go to bed I feel like there's someone watching me. I cannot fall asleep unless I am exhausted.
Sometimes I wake up during the night and suddenly think of scary thoughts.
I do not know what's wrong with me. It's affecting my sleeping.
Everyone tells me I am just being paranoid but there has to be something more to it.
I just took two valiums (which were not mine) to try and sleep.
I have two family members with schizophrenia. I did some research and I have most of the symptoms. I am so afraid I have it.
Please help me.
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replied April 11th, 2010
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You are afraid of having it, that makes sense, but you don't know what it is.

Thats actually what I do alot, I won't wake up for no reason, they wake me up standing there, reminding me that they are still there, you tend to forget when you sleep. They give me bad dreams to.
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replied April 11th, 2010
By they do you mean ghosts?
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replied April 23rd, 2010
Ahem. I'm a professional schizo of fifteen years and I'm a big box of horrifying Twilight Zone stories.

BUT

Mother nature never gives us more than us warriors can handle and that which isn't killing us is making us a helluva lot stronger.

The overall good news is that you all are becoming more intelligent but unfortunately that intelligence leads us to worrying about, fearing and questioning our existences and reality.

BUT

Fear not! For you are very very very far from alone! Many have come before you many have stood tall and fought their ways through this! This is why you'll start to find that there are so many sci-fi stories out there containing propositional religious ideas - The Matrix anyone?

What you've got to look forward to is, that because you are warriors in the making, you will eventually come back to help inspire other warriors in the making and so on and so on.

I think for the next few years you'll probably be hiding under your beds but once you get tougher, meaner and leaner and learn how important and truly loved you all are you'll be rocking this difficulty like a sage!
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replied April 24th, 2010
I just found out today I had [removed by Admin] put on me from overseas. That''s why I have been feeling the way I am.
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replied April 25th, 2010
Experienced User
What are you going to do about it?

Merrick
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replied April 25th, 2010
I''ve gone to see a lady who specialises in [removed by Admin].
It should be gone in 3 weeks.
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replied April 25th, 2010
Experienced User
OK, let us know how it's going.

Merrick
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