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#1    Brando34

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 05:33 PM

I have a problem. Very few people know the full extent of this because I normally refuse to discuss it, except with my girlfriend, but here it is. I see people, I see them everywhere. People I know aren't there! And I hear these voices constantly, everyday of my life. They shout my name. I always turn to people and ask if they heard my name being called but never has anybody said yes... there is a girl who watches me, I see her in reflections, never in person, and I see a man, full on. No reflection. He tries to hurt me and I know. I feel it. Many mornings I wake up with long scratches on my body and I'm freezing! I've seen things that have made me break into tears. Not to be intense, but I've tried to kill myself because it gets to be too much to handle. Recently though my 'problem' has escalated. Not only am I hearing voices, seeing people, and being physically harmed by this man but several more spirits have come to me. Not friendly ones. So far though, luckily, they have only watched me. I get this feeling they want to tell me something though. My question, why is this happening to me? Do I have a mental disorder? I'm not on any medication and I don't do any drugs! I'm an average good natured human being who just wants to do good in school. Why do these spirits come to me? Please help... This is a huge factor in my life... I'm 15 by the way.


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Posted 17 December 2012 - 05:49 PM

You should see a doctor.  You could have a brain tumor or lesion.  You could have schizophrenia.   These are nothing to be ashamed of.  So take care of your brain.  Like you would anything else in your body.  You are probably scratching yourself.  In your sleep.

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#3    Brando34

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 06:28 PM

Scratching myself in my sleep would make sense if the scratches didn't appear most frequently on my back in spots I can't reach. This has been happening all my life. How can I tell if I'm schizophrenic becasue I can't afford to go see a specialist or a doctor at the moment.


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Posted 17 December 2012 - 06:31 PM

View PostBrando34, on 17 December 2012 - 06:28 PM, said:

Scratching myself in my sleep would make sense if the scratches didn't appear most frequently on my back in spots I can't reach. This has been happening all my life. How can I tell if I'm schizophrenic becasue I can't afford to go see a specialist or a doctor at the moment.
i don't know what to tell you about the scratches but you obviously have parents in your life right now that could send you to see someone about this
it's important you address the possibility that it's a medical problem first before you look into the paranormal.


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Posted 17 December 2012 - 06:40 PM

My parents, unfortunately enough, don't have the time to worry about my problems, nor the money. I mean, I see people walking through walls! If I'm not totally insane, what am I? Are there other people that have the same problems as I do? Could It really be a medical problem and can I take pills for it or something?


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Posted 17 December 2012 - 06:53 PM

View PostBrando34, on 17 December 2012 - 06:40 PM, said:

My parents, unfortunately enough, don't have the time to worry about my problems, nor the money. I mean, I see people walking through walls! If I'm not totally insane, what am I? Are there other people that have the same problems as I do? Could It really be a medical problem and can I take pills for it or something?
yes it really can be a medical problem but no one can tell you that but a professional. don't underestimate your parents either. have you spoken to them? i doubt you have. please do as soon as you can. this is an important thing to do, even if it's just to discount it as a possiblity


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Posted 17 December 2012 - 06:55 PM

I have talked to my parents. They literally laughed in my face.


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Posted 17 December 2012 - 07:03 PM

View PostBrando34, on 17 December 2012 - 06:55 PM, said:

I have talked to my parents. They literally laughed in my face.
seriously? i mean did you seriously discuss this or did you throw it out there and back off as soon as you were challenged?
i'll share something with you
when my son was growing up i had no idea he was bi polar. in retrospect, now that i know, i can see the torment he went through just getting through what anyone else would call an ordinary day. i thought he was difficult and antisocial and prone to an overactive imagination.
had he shared with me what was really going on in his head at the time i may have been able to help him, or to be more understanding at least.

i am not saying you are bi polar - do not misunderstand. i'm just demonstrating how when things are not dealt with openly (whether we want to or not) they can  have pretty crappy consequences.


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Posted 17 December 2012 - 07:06 PM

It sounds like you can't afford not to go see a doctor. Don't you have a childhood pediatrician who could refer you to a specialist ? Your mental health is a lot more important than money. And whether they act like it or not, your parents are still responsible for your healthcare. Too bad your parents feel that way, but if they won't take you, go on your own, or speak to a nurse or counselor at school about some help. If your parents won't back you, then you have to open up to someone like you have here by posting. Someone in a position to do something, unlike us here.


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Posted 17 December 2012 - 07:07 PM

I see what you mean. But yes, I have seriously discussed it with my parents. They've witnessed me LITERALLY crying over this stuff and yet they seem to not care. My father is a bit more understanding than my step-mother but not much. Why do they act that way? Your guess is as good as mine. If I had the opportunity to talk to a specialist about this I would. I really would. I don't WANT this **** to keep happening to me.


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Posted 17 December 2012 - 07:58 PM

View PostBrando34, on 17 December 2012 - 07:07 PM, said:

I see what you mean. But yes, I have seriously discussed it with my parents. They've witnessed me LITERALLY crying over this stuff and yet they seem to not care. My father is a bit more understanding than my step-mother but not much. Why do they act that way? Your guess is as good as mine. If I had the opportunity to talk to a specialist about this I would. I really would. I don't WANT this **** to keep happening to me.
seek out a counsellor at school then - again, it's really important that you talk to someone at your end who really can help. as much as we would like to give our take on what's going on we really aren't qualified.
i hope you get some answers somehow. don't give up trying tho ok?
it could be that your dad is afraid. afraid to face something so out of his experience or control. try talking to him about it alone. or once you see a counsellor at school perhaps he will take it more seriously.
in any case i can't stress enough that you connect with someone who can point you in the right direction


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Posted 17 December 2012 - 08:01 PM

Are your girlfriend's parents approachable? Could you(or your girlfriend), ask them for help/advice? If not, do as others here have suggested, talk to your school doctor or a teacher. As a last resort perhaps you could go to the police? I don't know where you live so I don't know how practical a suggestion that is. Forget the cost of help, find a professional who can help you ....... sooner rather than later. If your parents really won't take you seriously, and I would try them one more time, tell them calmly(don't make a big scene), that you are not prepared to live with this any longer and you are going to seek professional help wherever you can. This might spur them into action because presumably they could be in trouble for ignoring your distress? Don't make it appear like a threat to them, just state calmly what you are intending to do. Good Luck.

I've just read JGirl's post. She is right in saying that your dad could be frightened of what might be going on with you, and hopes that if he ignores it it will all 'blow over'.

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 08:04 PM

You need to go to your School Counselor, and you need to tell her, and it would be nice also, if you would just have her read this here...

You NEED to do this ASAP.......




EDIT : and make it clear your parents are not listening......tell her " I NEED HELP ".....

If a School Counselor does not listen to this now, then I have nothing else to tell you.....They will listen.


You can also contact local non-profit places....Start calling doctors and get that information.

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 09:57 PM

Do you go to church ?
If you cannot talk to a school counselor ,maybe someone at your church . A priest or nun or rabbi .
You need to talk to someone who understands this better than you do ,right now.

So a teacher,a priest .Someone who listens . They will listen if you tell them how much this distracts you .

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 10:04 PM

You may be experiencing fear from your parents.  Many parents are in denial about dealing with mental illness.  Since it is often hereditary, they fee it's a judgment on them.  Since you are hearing voices and hallucinating it's scary.  They might think you are playing "Sixth Sense"  I see dead people.  It's important for you to get help.  If you tell your guidance counselor at school.  They will have to notify someone.  And you will get services. Through the school.  Bipolar, schizophrenia etc  is not something to ignore. They are signs of real problems.  Is anything going on at home.  That you think have caused it?  Sexual abuse or physical abuse from parents.  Can be something. That triggers this in children in their teens.   Tell your guidance counselor.  :wub:

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