A few years ago i started seeing black shadows and things moving that werent really moving. Its starting to get worse. Ive saw mice running around the house thats not really there. I hear noises. Just the other day i was talking to my son and i saw blue sparks coming out of his teeth. Its driving me crazy. It used to happen every so often now something happens atleast a few times a day. could it be schizophrenia?
the same thing has been happening to me. Im actually starting to respond to the voices like i am a crazy person.i keep fighting it but i cant anymore..its effecting me while im in school and im seeing things...ugh...so know you are not alone...
good luck...hopefully by now yo got a little bt of help
How are you doing? Are you getting help? Have you been diagnosed? It is difficult and perhaps impossible to go to school and have these issues affecting us at the same time. I remember I would have had 3 more credits beyond my degree had I not gotten sick. I would have done better at the other school, as well. Heck, I would have done better at all the schools I went to.
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