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I have a voice in my head.

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  • Posted By: Critical_Violet
  • September 21, 2007
  • 03:25 PM

I told my therapist about him the other day. I could see her looking at my like I'm completely and totally insane. She then proceeded to ask me loads of questions about bipolar disorder. I have never been manic. I checked with people around me too, they said I haven't. I can't be schizophrenic, I'm far to organised and aware of myself.

I'm 21, on citalopram for severe depression, but no other drugs, leagl or otherwise. Anyone got any ideas? I could really use some help.

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  • The "Hearing Voices Society.co.uk" can help you. It's based in England but there might be one where you live. Find a new therapist who isn't so aghast about someone hearing voices. Maybe an older person with more experience? There are some other threads here about people who are like yourself, and some others who are very disturbed. You can figure out where you are on the curve.
    rad-skw 1,605 Replies
    • September 22, 2007
    • 10:43 AM
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