Tag: hallucinations

Being a Parent with Mental Illness

Being a Parent with Mental Illness

Being a parent with mental illness has its drawbacks, to be sure; however, like any other disability, mental illness can be managed, and managed well. A combination of therapy, medication, and social/family supports all help with setting up the parent for success. Not only that, but being insightful about your illness, knowing when an episode…

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My Child’s Calling?

My Child’s Calling?

April 17th 2019 Cycle day: 40 DPO: 23 Weight: 194.5 lbs Symptoms: barely any except cramping, light-headedness, disliking meat, etc When I was at work yesterday, I remembered that I asked the 700 club (a Christian Broadcasting Network TV show that I used to donate monthly to) to pray for us to conceive a child.…

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Shared Teacher’s Dream

Shared Teacher’s Dream

One night about a week or two ago, Andrew and I had a shared dream. But compared to previous shared dreams, this dream was extraordinarily similar. Last night Andrew dreamt of a teacher from high school. He was the Teacher’s Pet. And they walked to a pizza restaurant across the street near the high school…

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A Closer Look… While in Hospital

A Closer Look… While in Hospital

Theories When I am near someone or am thinking of someone, it seems that I share their feeling. If I stretch or move around on their behalf it seems to work. For instance, for one of the patients who thought like he was a Messiah, I felt lower back pain and feeling tired. Knowing he…

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My First Episode

My First Episode

***Trigger Warning*** (graphic imagery) The story of my episode begins at a rehearsal when I laid eyes on this other guy. Thoughts became obsessions and soon after I couldn’t stop thinking about this guy. I was becoming so creative because of him too. He was my muse. I was writing music, and I was writing…

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