They’re like things you know for a fact and never question. It’s like being told that rain is made out of water. My delusions were not normal by any stretch of the imagination but to me they were just facts. Took me the longest time to realize that they weren’t and let me tell u, it was heart breaking. Dealing with psychosis and losing touch with reality was easily the scariest thing I ever went though. I don’t consider myself sane.
Three times if you count the time they were all grabbing me and pulling from each direction but since this isn’t as bad as the other two I don’t reallu count it as an attack. To answer your question no, that doesn’t make us sane in my opinion at least. I’ve been in treatment for years and I go to therapy and I take my meds and still every once in a while. I don’t know what happened. I don’t know what he was doing. I just know that I was being bothered and yelling brought me back to reality somehow.
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