How do i put this delicately....

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#1 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -

So iv been diagnosed with Delusions ( although for the record i dont think its delusions, they are real)(of course i would say that) and i realize my delusions only happen when im around others, and they happen so severly ( i become so emotionally wrecked) that i feel suicidal. But when i go home and am by myself i settle down and dont have the urges anymore. What do i do? I go to class everyday, and since there are people all around me you would imagine the pain i go through. what do i do?

EDIT: i can explain what exactly happens around other people but it was just bring mass confusion just know the end result is that i feel so emotionally wrecked that all  ithink about is suicide.

The thing is that i have been seeing a doctor already and tried different medications and yet nothing is working. I have tried the doctor path (5 docs).

 

Through dealing with my ordeal i have come to the conclusion that my problem is truly one of a kind. Truly. OR that there are people out there like me yet the number is very few.

and although they may have it they dont necessarily know they have it. The reason i know how i have it is because i went through a certain specific set of circumstances that in a way has revealed itself to me. I know this is bizare x 1 million. But believe what im saying and dont try to argue...

 

iv seen around 5 docs, doctor, phsychologist, physciatrist and therapist. Did Cognitive behavior therapy and tests like EEG. they diagnosed me as delusional (pretty much i realized they diagnose this to anyone who tells them anything thats not written in their books and they dont know how to evalutate it) so i took meds for delusional. aroudn 5 meds and still nothing. so here i am.
#2 Posted by DrTrafalgarLaw (4440 posts) -

What exactly happens when other people are around?

#3 Posted by Oleg_Huzwog (21885 posts) -

Normally, the doctor giving you your diagnosis would then immediately segue into answering the "what do I do" question.

#4 Posted by Riverwolf007 (23544 posts) -

pfft. big deal. everyone is delusional.

you literally don't even see a fraction of the truth of the world around you.

http://www.spring.org.uk/2007/10/how-and-why-we-lie-to-ourselves.php

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/29/opinion/29iht-edwang.1.14069662.html?_r=2&

http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2008/10/19/fighting-cognitive-dissonance-the-lies-we-tell-ourselves/

so you are slightly more delusional than those around you, big deal.

#5 Posted by Nengo_Flow (9530 posts) -

stop being a b*tch and act right.

problem solved.

#6 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -

pfft. big deal. everyone is delusional.

you literally don't even see a fraction of the truth of the world around you.

http://www.spring.org.uk/2007/10/how-and-why-we-lie-to-ourselves.php

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/29/opinion/29iht-edwang.1.14069662.html?_r=2&

http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2008/10/19/fighting-cognitive-dissonance-the-lies-we-tell-ourselves/

so you are slightly more delusional than those around you, big deal.

Riverwolf007

I have went through so much suffering and my eyes have opened that i know this but i know it is not true for me. Through what i went through i subconciously trained myself to see everything for what it is. I can see others lie to themselves to lighten their lives. But in my life there are no lies that i make up just facts. Just take my words for truth or we will be debating forever. I edited O post.

#7 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -

stop being a b*tch and act right.

problem solved.

Nengo_Flow
thats kind of funny what you said. but the enigma of my life is beyond bizzare. you cannot begin to fathom what i go through.
#8 Posted by Nengo_Flow (9530 posts) -
[QUOTE="Nengo_Flow"]

stop being a b*tch and act right.

problem solved.

dragonmaster64
thats kind of funny what you said. but the enigma of my life is beyond bizzare. you cannot begin to fathom what i go through.

and neither would anyone care. You probably jsut watch too much Naruto and think you have sharingan powers
#9 Posted by TheHighWind (3764 posts) -

The first thing you need to do is: be 100% honest with your doctor.

 

I have Bi-Polar disorder, when Im not on my meds, I think the T.V. is talking to me and making fun of me or telling me to save the president.

So if your doctor asks you something and you lie (you want to be normal, everyone does) you will not get the help you need.

 

 

#10 Posted by br0kenrabbit (12829 posts) -

Stop thinking and just go through the motions. When you leave home, put on your theater face.

Socializing is largely an act...balancing the personal with the interpersonal and trying not to go too far in either direction.

There's a reason the word Family has the root 'familiar' : you aren't being yourself in public, you're representing yourself. Most people don't behave in public as they do at home, and that's a good thing.

 

#11 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -
[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"][QUOTE="Nengo_Flow"]

stop being a b*tch and act right.

problem solved.

Nengo_Flow
thats kind of funny what you said. but the enigma of my life is beyond bizzare. you cannot begin to fathom what i go through.

and neither would anyone care. You probably jsut watch too much Naruto and think you have sharingan powers

lol you have naruto in your avatar too loool but if your not gonna help then leave.
#12 Posted by nooblet69 (5162 posts) -

I guess all you can do is go to therapy and talk to someone regularly about what your going through.  I used to have severe anxiety up until the age of about 20.  I'm 24 now and never have anxiety anymore.  Just try to be happy and find yourself I suppose. Don't overthink everything.

#13 Posted by LJS9502_basic (150376 posts) -

Normally, the doctor giving you your diagnosis would then immediately segue into answering the "what do I do" question.

Oleg_Huzwog
Indeed...would be the place to go.
#14 Posted by johnd13 (7995 posts) -

How about going to a clinic or something where you' ll be under close surveillance at all times?

Also have you ever thought that you might be overreacting in an attempt to feel "different" or sth?

#15 Posted by Silverbond (16049 posts) -

You always come to OT for medical advice, brah?

#16 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -

The first thing you need to do is: be 100% honest with your doctor.

 

I have Bi-Polar disorder, when Im not on my meds, I think the T.V. is talking to me and making fun of me or telling me to save the president.

So if your doctor asks you something and you lie (you want to be normal, everyone does) you will not get the help you need.

 

 

TheHighWind
i have been completely honest. i told her everything and in the end she said i was delusional. so i went on the meds. 4 or 5. and med after med led to nothing.

Stop thinking and just go through the motions. When you leave home, put on your theater face.

Socializing is largely an act...balancing the personal with the interpersonal and trying not to go too far in either direction.

There's a reason the word Family has the root 'familiar' : you aren't being yourself in public, you're representing yourself. Most people don't behave in public as they do at home, and that's a good thing.

 

br0kenrabbit
thanks for your input but im not the average joe. i am highly intellectual and i know. i wish it is that simple but as i said i believe this to be a condition never existing before and thats why normal routine advice wont work. this is something unfathomable. but just know i have tried what you asked and a hundred times more.
#17 Posted by Nengo_Flow (9530 posts) -
[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"][QUOTE="Nengo_Flow"][QUOTE="dragonmaster64"] thats kind of funny what you said. but the enigma of my life is beyond bizzare. you cannot begin to fathom what i go through.

and neither would anyone care. You probably jsut watch too much Naruto and think you have sharingan powers

lol you have naruto in your avatar too loool but if your not gonna help then leave.

I'll give you a very helpful tip, that will come in handy (and i know im sounding mean, but im serious this time): no one has to help you, and no one has to understand you either. You are who you are... its all up to you. Maybe there is no help, maybe you just cant be around other people. There isnt anything anyone can do.
#18 Posted by Niff_T (6052 posts) -

 

Through dealing with my ordeal i have come to the conclusion that my problem is truly one of a kind. Truly. dragonmaster64

It's not.

OR that there are people out there like me yet the number is very few.

drangonmaster64

This is more likely.

More people than you'd think likely experience some sort of delusion, but at a level that's much less severe than yourself (assuming what you're saying is accurate).

#19 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -

How about going to a clinic or something where you' ll be under close surveillance at all times?

Also have you ever thought that you might be overreacting in an attempt to feel "different" or sth?

johnd13
there is nothing more than me wanting that. i told my therapist, psychologist and psychiatrist that on multiple occasions, but they told me that i didnt want to go to a place like that and that it would ruin my life ( which i can agree as it will be on permenant record) but its the lesser of two evils, i cant live the way i am know.
#20 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -

[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"] 

Through dealing with my ordeal i have come to the conclusion that my problem is truly one of a kind. Truly. Niff_T

It's not.

OR that there are people out there like me yet the number is very few.

drangonmaster64

This is more likely.

More people than you'd think likely experience some sort of delusion, but at a level that's much less severe than yourself (assuming what you're saying is accurate).

Thanks for your input but just so you know i am a very intellectual and intelligent person. I say this because time and time again i reason with people and in the end i find my reasoning to be right. I have been called smart, genius by my peers (although i may not be the smartest in my class the way i approach things is distinct). That being said when i say that my problem is one of a kind. Dont take it light hardely. I understand that the probability is so low that it is inconceivable. yet every it is a reasonable conclusion.
#21 Posted by toast_burner (21456 posts) -

[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"][QUOTE="Nengo_Flow"] and neither would anyone care. You probably jsut watch too much Naruto and think you have sharingan powersNengo_Flow
lol you have naruto in your avatar too loool but if your not gonna help then leave.

I'll give you a very helpful tip, that will come in handy (and i know im sounding mean, but im serious this time): no one has to help you, and no one has to understand you either. You are who you are... its all up to you. Maybe there is no help, maybe you just cant be around other people. There isnt anything anyone can do.

Gays should stop being gay

Blacks should stop being black.

The mentally ill should stop being ill. 

It really isn't as simple as that.

#22 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -

[QUOTE="Nengo_Flow"][QUOTE="dragonmaster64"] lol you have naruto in your avatar too loool but if your not gonna help then leave.toast_burner

I'll give you a very helpful tip, that will come in handy (and i know im sounding mean, but im serious this time): no one has to help you, and no one has to understand you either. You are who you are... its all up to you. Maybe there is no help, maybe you just cant be around other people. There isnt anything anyone can do.

Gays should stop being gay

Blacks should stop being black.

The mentally ill should stop being ill. 

It really isn't as simple as that.

"Maybe there is no help, maybe you just cant be around other people" that is my conclusion.
#23 Posted by toast_burner (21456 posts) -

[QUOTE="toast_burner"]

[QUOTE="Nengo_Flow"] I'll give you a very helpful tip, that will come in handy (and i know im sounding mean, but im serious this time): no one has to help you, and no one has to understand you either. You are who you are... its all up to you. Maybe there is no help, maybe you just cant be around other people. There isnt anything anyone can do. dragonmaster64

Gays should stop being gay

Blacks should stop being black.

The mentally ill should stop being ill. 

It really isn't as simple as that.

"Maybe there is no help, maybe you just cant be around other people" that is my conclusion.

Which isn't true as people have recieved help and gotten better.

#24 Posted by br0kenrabbit (12829 posts) -

thanks for your input but im not the average joe. i am highly intellectual and i know. i wish it is that simple but as i said i believe this to be a condition never existing before and thats why normal routine advice wont work. this is something unfathomable. but just know i have tried what you asked and a hundred times more.dragonmaster64

No offense, but if you were as 'highly intellectual' as you think you are, I'd expect far better grammar and sentence structure. It isn't just "this is the internet, blah blah blah"...if you were educated to use proper English then that would be your natural way of writing: you would actually have to make an attempt to write poorly.

I'm wondering if you're a narcissist now. You think other people are stupid and you're so bright, so you're always nit-picking other peoples habits to find their imperfections. Yeah, that'd drive just about anyone nuts.

 

 

#25 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -

[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"][QUOTE="toast_burner"]Gays should stop being gay

Blacks should stop being black.

The mentally ill should stop being ill. 

It really isn't as simple as that.

toast_burner

"Maybe there is no help, maybe you just cant be around other people" that is my conclusion.

Which isn't true as people have recieved help and gotten better.

iv seen around 5 docs, doctor, phsychologist, physciatrist and therapist. Did Cognitive behavior therapy and tests like EEG. they diagnosed me as delusional (pretty much i realized they diagnose this to anyone who tells them anything thats not written in their books and they dont know how to evalutate it) so i took meds for delusional. aroudn 5 meds and still nothing. so here i am.
#26 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -

[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"] thanks for your input but im not the average joe. i am highly intellectual and i know. i wish it is that simple but as i said i believe this to be a condition never existing before and thats why normal routine advice wont work. this is something unfathomable. but just know i have tried what you asked and a hundred times more.br0kenrabbit

No offense, but if you were as 'highly intellectual' as you think you are, I'd expect far better grammar and sentence structure. It isn't just "this is the internet, blah blah blah"...if you were educated to use proper English then that would be your natural way of writing: you would actually have to make an attempt to write poorly.

I'm wondering if you're a narcissist now. You think other people are stupid and you're so bright, so you're always nit-picking other peoples habits to find their imperfections. Yeah, that'd drive just about anyone nuts.

 

 

yes i am somewhat narcisstic but i know when to clearly divide the line. Through what i have been through i can see life through so many different perspectives thats why i am highly intellectual, my greatest asset/gift is that i am great at understanding. Dont write me off just because my gramer is off. There is no correlation. and im rushing and kind of emotional. in the end youll have to take my word for it.
#27 Posted by TheHighWind (3764 posts) -

[QUOTE="johnd13"]

How about going to a clinic or something where you' ll be under close surveillance at all times?

Also have you ever thought that you might be overreacting in an attempt to feel "different" or sth?

dragonmaster64

there is nothing more than me wanting that. i told my therapist, psychologist and psychiatrist that on multiple occasions, but they told me that i didnt want to go to a place like that and that it would ruin my life ( which i can agree as it will be on permenant record) but its the lesser of two evils, i cant live the way i am know.

 

Are you talking about a mental hospital?

 

The longest you'll be in one is two weeks.

#28 Posted by TheHighWind (3764 posts) -

To quote one of my fav movies: "Spy Hard"

 

You're not crazy, crazy is walking down the street with half a cantleoupe on your head saying: "I am a hamster, I am a hamster."

#29 Posted by br0kenrabbit (12829 posts) -

yes i am somewhat narcisstic but i know when to clearly divide the line. Through what i have been through i can see life through so many different perspectives thats why i am highly intellectual, my greatest asset/gift is that i am great at understanding. Dont write me off just because my gramer is off. There is no correlation. and im rushing and kind of emotional. in the end youll have to take my word for it.dragonmaster64

I've been through a lot of $hit, too. I've been horribly injured, betrayed, lied to, $hit on, spit on, set up, knocked down and left for worse. I'm willing to bet most people have such a story. You just have to take the cards you've been delt and play the best hand you can.

Look, I know what mental issues are: I've been institutionalized twice for 6 months at a time over them. I've been on all kinds of drugs from the man and therapy and everything. I've delt with $hit in my life, and I've learned to deal with the $hit in my life.

People may not agree with the way I deal with matters, but it works for me. I certainly had to stop nit-picking people to bring my anger under control, and that was the first step on a long road.

Someone may not be as smart as you, but they may work twice as hard as you're willing to. Intelligence isn't the only measure of a person.

 

#30 Posted by LJS9502_basic (150376 posts) -
[QUOTE="br0kenrabbit"]

[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"] thanks for your input but im not the average joe. i am highly intellectual and i know. i wish it is that simple but as i said i believe this to be a condition never existing before and thats why normal routine advice wont work. this is something unfathomable. but just know i have tried what you asked and a hundred times more.dragonmaster64

No offense, but if you were as 'highly intellectual' as you think you are, I'd expect far better grammar and sentence structure. It isn't just "this is the internet, blah blah blah"...if you were educated to use proper English then that would be your natural way of writing: you would actually have to make an attempt to write poorly.

I'm wondering if you're a narcissist now. You think other people are stupid and you're so bright, so you're always nit-picking other peoples habits to find their imperfections. Yeah, that'd drive just about anyone nuts.

 

 

yes i am somewhat narcisstic but i know when to clearly divide the line. Through what i have been through i can see life through so many different perspectives thats why i am highly intellectual, my greatest asset/gift is that i am great at understanding. Dont write me off just because my gramer is off. There is no correlation. and im rushing and kind of emotional. in the end youll have to take my word for it.

:lol: You're funny anyway....
#31 Posted by TheHighWind (3764 posts) -

 

 

Someone may not be as smart as you, but they may work twice as hard as you're willing to. Intelligence isn't the only measure of a person.

 

br0kenrabbit

 

QFT

#32 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -
[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"][QUOTE="dragonmaster64"][QUOTE="br0kenrabbit"] :lol: You're funny anyway....

unfortunately my circumstance isnt..

[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"]yes i am somewhat narcisstic but i know when to clearly divide the line. Through what i have been through i can see life through so many different perspectives thats why i am highly intellectual, my greatest asset/gift is that i am great at understanding. Dont write me off just because my gramer is off. There is no correlation. and im rushing and kind of emotional. in the end youll have to take my word for it.br0kenrabbit

I've been through a lot of $hit, too. I've been horribly injured, betrayed, lied to, $hit on, spit on, set up, knocked down and left for worse. I'm willing to bet most people have such a story. You just have to take the cards you've been delt and play the best hand you can.

Look, I know what mental issues are: I've been institutionalized twice for 6 months at a time over them. I've been on all kinds of drugs from the man and therapy and everything. I've delt with $hit in my life, and I've learned to deal with the $hit in my life.

People may not agree with the way I deal with matters, but it works for me. I certainly had to stop nit-picking people to bring my anger under control, and that was the first step on a long road.

Someone may not be as smart as you, but they may work twice as hard as you're willing to. Intelligence isn't the only measure of a person.

 

yes over the long time i realized my problem iv begin to think to no end, iv told my self that you arent the only one suffering. and it was true time and time again. i even heard of that person (with no limbs and he is now traveling the world telling others of his problem) he even managed to get a wife. But for my problem to begin to explain is so unfathomable. I told you my gift was understanding (something i realize is really great and i think its the price of my great curse) and i already understood that people can suffer, but the way i suffer is unfathomable and something i truly cant deal with. in the end you wont be able to comprehend or understand what i go through, even if i explain it to you.
#33 Posted by LJS9502_basic (150376 posts) -

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"] :lol: You're funny anyway....dragonmaster64
unfortunately my circumstance isnt.

Then shouldn't you tell your doctor?

#34 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -

[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"][QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"] :lol: You're funny anyway....LJS9502_basic

unfortunately my circumstance isnt.

Then shouldn't you tell your doctor?

read my original post....
#35 Posted by Niff_T (6052 posts) -

How old are you TC?

#36 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -

How old are you TC?

Niff_T
in my 20's.
#37 Posted by LJS9502_basic (150376 posts) -
[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"]

[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"] unfortunately my circumstance isnt.dragonmaster64

Then shouldn't you tell your doctor?

read my original post....

Yes and? Have you told them the meds don't work? Could...and should be...alternatives. Sometimes it takes awhile to find the right medicine/combo.
#38 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -
[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"][QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"] Then shouldn't you tell your doctor?LJS9502_basic
read my original post....

Yes and? Have you told them the meds don't work? Could...and should be...alternatives. Sometimes it takes awhile to find the right medicine/combo.

iv seen around 5 docs, doctor, phsychologist, physciatrist and therapist. Did Cognitive behavior therapy and tests like EEG. they diagnosed me as delusional (pretty much i realized they diagnose this to anyone who tells them anything thats not written in their books and they dont know how to evalutate it) so i took meds for delusional. aroudn 5 meds and still nothing. so here i am.
#39 Posted by LJS9502_basic (150376 posts) -
[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"][QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"][QUOTE="dragonmaster64"] read my original post....

Yes and? Have you told them the meds don't work? Could...and should be...alternatives. Sometimes it takes awhile to find the right medicine/combo.

iv seen around 5 docs, doctor, phsychologist, physciatrist and therapist. Did Cognitive behavior therapy and tests like EEG. they diagnosed me as delusional (pretty much i realized they diagnose this to anyone who tells them anything thats not written in their books and they dont know how to evalutate it) so i took meds for delusional. aroudn 5 meds and still nothing. so here i am.

I know. I read that. And I told you to tell the doctor the meds don't help.
#40 Posted by thegerg (14863 posts) -
What makes you think that your case is one of a kind? The fact that you seem to be quite mentally ill and that you aren't a doctor leads me to believe that you have no idea what you're talking about.
#41 Posted by br0kenrabbit (12829 posts) -

yes over the long time i realized my problem iv begin to think to no end, iv told my self that you arent the only one suffering. and it was true time and time again. i even heard of that person (with no limbs and he is now traveling the world telling others of his problem) he even managed to get a wife. But for my problem to begin to explain is so unfathomable. I told you my gift was understanding (something i realize is really great and i think its the price of my great curse) and i already understood that people can suffer, but the way i suffer is unfathomable and something i truly cant deal with. in the end you wont be able to comprehend or understand what i go through, even if i explain it to you.dragonmaster64

Your problem probably isn't as unique as you think. Just because it's a big, difficult-to-explain issue doesn't mean it's uncommon.

#42 Posted by thegerg (14863 posts) -
[QUOTE="toast_burner"]

[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"] "Maybe there is no help, maybe you just cant be around other people" that is my conclusion.dragonmaster64

Which isn't true as people have recieved help and gotten better.

iv seen around 5 docs, doctor, phsychologist, physciatrist and therapist. Did Cognitive behavior therapy and tests like EEG. they diagnosed me as delusional (pretty much i realized they diagnose this to anyone who tells them anything thats not written in their books and they dont know how to evalutate it) so i took meds for delusional. aroudn 5 meds and still nothing. so here i am.

"so i took meds for delusional" What do you mean that you medicated for "delusional"? "Delusional" is an adjective, not a thing. You can't be medicated for delusional.
#43 Posted by Niff_T (6052 posts) -

(pretty much i realized they diagnose this to anyone who tells them anything thats not written in their books and they dont know how to evalutate it)dragonmaster64

No, they don't. Though I'd love to know how you came to this conclusion.

And this has to be a troll thread.

#44 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -
[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"][QUOTE="toast_burner"]Which isn't true as people have recieved help and gotten better.thegerg
iv seen around 5 docs, doctor, phsychologist, physciatrist and therapist. Did Cognitive behavior therapy and tests like EEG. they diagnosed me as delusional (pretty much i realized they diagnose this to anyone who tells them anything thats not written in their books and they dont know how to evalutate it) so i took meds for delusional. aroudn 5 meds and still nothing. so here i am.

"so i took meds for delusional" What do you mean that you medicated for "delusional"? "Delusional" is an adjective, not a thing. You can't be medicated for delusional.

sigh.... meds for delusional disorder.
#45 Posted by dragonmaster64 (6096 posts) -

[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"](pretty much i realized they diagnose this to anyone who tells them anything thats not written in their books and they dont know how to evalutate it)Niff_T

No, they don't. Though I'd love to know how you came to this conclusion.

And this has to be a troll thread.

yea because clearly this is a troll thread!
#46 Posted by Niff_T (6052 posts) -

"Delusional" is an adjective, not a thing. You can't be medicated for delusional. thegerg

He means delusional disorder.

Edit: TC beat me to it. >_>

#47 Posted by thegerg (14863 posts) -

[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"]yes over the long time i realized my problem iv begin to think to no end, iv told my self that you arent the only one suffering. and it was true time and time again. i even heard of that person (with no limbs and he is now traveling the world telling others of his problem) he even managed to get a wife. But for my problem to begin to explain is so unfathomable. I told you my gift was understanding (something i realize is really great and i think its the price of my great curse) and i already understood that people can suffer, but the way i suffer is unfathomable and something i truly cant deal with. in the end you wont be able to comprehend or understand what i go through, even if i explain it to you.br0kenrabbit

Your problem probably isn't as unique as you think. Just because it's a big, difficult-to-explain issue doesn't mean it's uncommon.

No, the mentally ill and socially inept narcissist with no formal medical training has spoken: his situation is one of a kind.
#48 Posted by thegerg (14863 posts) -
[QUOTE="dragonmaster64"][QUOTE="thegerg"][QUOTE="dragonmaster64"] iv seen around 5 docs, doctor, phsychologist, physciatrist and therapist. Did Cognitive behavior therapy and tests like EEG. they diagnosed me as delusional (pretty much i realized they diagnose this to anyone who tells them anything thats not written in their books and they dont know how to evalutate it) so i took meds for delusional. aroudn 5 meds and still nothing. so here i am.

"so i took meds for delusional" What do you mean that you medicated for "delusional"? "Delusional" is an adjective, not a thing. You can't be medicated for delusional.

sigh.... meds for delusional disorder.

OK, that makes more sense. Now, what makes you think that your case is one of a kind? The fact that you seem to be quite mentally ill and that you aren't a doctor leads me to believe that you have no idea what you're talking about.
#49 Posted by MrPraline (21321 posts) -
[QUOTE="thegerg"] "so i took meds for delusional" What do you mean that you medicated for "delusional"? "Delusional" is an adjective, not a thing. You can't be medicated for delusional.

lol
#50 Posted by DroidPhysX (17089 posts) -
[QUOTE="MrPraline"][QUOTE="thegerg"] "so i took meds for delusional" What do you mean that you medicated for "delusional"? "Delusional" is an adjective, not a thing. You can't be medicated for delusional.

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