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Subject: explaining hearing voices from someone who hears them
Category: Reference, Education and News
Asked by: schizophrenia-ga
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Posted: 22 Jul 2006 22:43 PDT
Expires: 21 Aug 2006 22:43 PDT
Question ID: 748666
you should really try to believe the person who believes they are
being persecuted.because once you discount everything that person has
gone through you determine the success of that person
emotional,financial spiritually.let me explain we live in an era of
technology where a mic can be put anywhere cell phones and radio
transmissions with a receiver that can take in an auditory sound both
from the hearer and the speaker and the reasons why a person hears
things that keep this person up or distract this person to make this
person stand out making him socially unacceptable because the person
takes time to answer to what this person hears companies might endorse
doing this to an employee to get a tax right off or an ex friend might
do this to make this person hell and while most saw the truman show
with popular results alot of the people might be watched and adding
the auditory adds to the entertainment so being one whos been
diagnosed with schizophrenia and lost all of my friends and cant get a
date with little success financially and socially maybe people should
be more open minded and quit taking so called intellectual old ideas
where even mri scans and meg scans cant explain what the person who
goes through this and quit giving out medications that no one in their
right mind would take out of a mental hospital setting. how hard is it
to believe that the speakers can talk out of someones throat moving
ones lips and that external speakers can be heard in vicinity of the
hearer just a different look at this from someone who knows the truth
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: explaining hearing voices from someone who hears them
From: probonopublico-ga on 22 Jul 2006 23:00 PDT
Yes ... It must be extremely difficult for you and all others in the
same boat and, if there is a solution, I hope someone can present it

One of the people I look after (financially) has been a sufferer since
the age of 19 and she's now over 70.

She's now in a nursing home and, provided she keeps up her medication,
she still manages to have a relationship with her family.
Subject: Re: explaining hearing voices from someone who hears them
From: timespacette-ga on 23 Jul 2006 13:21 PDT
ah. . . . truth . . .

J.Krishnamurti said 'truth is a pathless land . . .'

sometimes whatever path you can find is a help, just to get yourself
out of the thicket

a little perspective goes a long way

Subject: Re: explaining hearing voices from someone who hears them
From: saem_aero-ga on 23 Jul 2006 13:47 PDT
I'm not sure what the question is, but I am convinced the answer is
42. Allow me to take two Advils, after reading the third 'sentence.'

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