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My Apsie Syndrome (00000547)
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How different would your world be if you could not hear, or speak and was afraid to look around you? That if you looked at someone you would be discriminated? Would live in a world of your own, and face the world in a bubble? Your interactions with others are limited. Your mental illness makes you the target of more abuse so you look away more. That is how I feel.

Posted on 14.08.2013, 14:51:30 CET
Place: North Friedrich
Locked In A World Of Your Own (00000546)
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I (m/24) was at a university where there was a virus leak, and I still believe I caught a bad bug. I think someone was stopping me from being at the campus deliberately. People have rubbished me when I have given this theory, but I believe it to be true. Too many foreigners getting into science degrees is the problem. I got very sick and it was frightening, like the worst delirium and zombie state I have ever experienced. It was like living in a dream, heaps of night sweats, shaking, pain, eyes rolling back and fevers, unable to eat much, fits of tears over months and longer, psychosis locked in a world of your own. Sometimes I wish I had it again to face my inner demons and inner spirit. Let out the problem within.

Posted on 14.08.2013, 14:46:39 CET
Place: Cathrynberg
Sharp Childhood Attacks (00000541)
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2.9/5 (131 Votes)
One Christmas, all I had was a vegetarian sandwich in my bedroom for dinner, because I was in the middle of such a bad nervous breakdown, one of many other ones I have had. I could not eat with everyone. There are times I would shake and get my swallowing phobia from childhood attacks of having a sharp instrument pushed down my throat.

Posted on 12.08.2013, 00:37:26 CET
Place: South Deltaport
Sick Sad Little World (00000507)
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2.9/5 (93 Votes)
When I was about 17, I [...]
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Posted on 08.07.2013, 05:09:32 CET


My mother's prank (00000377)
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2.9/5 (74 Votes)
This is not a funny confession. In any case it isn't for me. September 24th 1999 was the worst day of my life. My mother was known for her quirky sense of humor and often played pranks on me or my brother. Once she watched a horror film with me and my brother and pretended she was being strangled by someone else's hand behind the door. Often it was about scaring us. On the above-mentioned day I was 14 years old, my brother was 12. I was coming home from school and I heard a faint cry for help. Of course, I recognized my mother's voice and did what I am still ashamed of 14 years later. I shouted back loudly "Alright mum, who's killing you now?" Then I heard a cry for help again: "Call a doctor, I'm lying in the bathroom". From the tone I realized that something wasn't right and I ran into the bathroom. There lay my mother on the floor and she told me to ring 911 and my dad. Naturally, I realized the gravity of the situation and I took action. While the emergency doctor looked after my mother, I just thought about how I would excuse myself to my mother. September 24th 1999 was the day my mother died in the arms of a Doctor inside the emergency room. She had a heart attack.

Posted on 18.04.2013, 04:40:14 CET

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