Symptoms follow: Loneliness Anxiety Nervousness Sweating Auditory Hallucinations [Demonic Whispers> Monophobic [Have to be with someone most of the time, I can't sleep alone and I can't stay somewhere alone... especially home.> Paranoia [Feeling followed>/watched> Even listing this makes me nervous
This has been going on for years, even as a kid. I don't know whats wrong with me. I want it all to go away. Please help me.
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:I don't know what's wrong with meSymptoms follow:<br />Loneliness<br />Anxiety<br />Nervousness<br />Sweating<br />Auditory Hallucinations [Demonic Whispers><br />Monophobic [Have to be with someone most of the time, I can't sleep alone and I can't stay somewhere alone... especially home.><br />Paranoia [Feeling followed>/watched><br />Even listing this makes me nervous<br /><br /><br />This has been going on for years, even as a kid. <br />I don't know whats wrong with me.<br />I want it all to go away.<br />Please help me.
Have you gone to a doctor or the hospital? You may need some medicaton. My mother heard voices and she ended up having bi-polar disorder. I wish you all the luck!
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