Do you fear your psychosis, embrace it, or a combination of both?

  1. I have a similar situation, its more all the time, and my psychosis is way less severe on the average, like I can break it if I realize its happening, but cant be convinced its happening outside of me. That being said I still get really bad days/weeks/months, but I am stubborn and push on because of a singular motivation, so I do well enough

  2. I think it's probably a little bit of both. Or actually a lot of both. Obviously hallucinations and intrusive thoughts can be straight up terrifying. However, I've had some hallucinations that have been really nice. Recently I had this very odd sensation like I was floating and glowing from the inside out. Clearly this wasn't really true, but while it lasted it was a really awesome feeling. I just wish I could have all the positives and none of the negatives.

  3. First time I heard anyone say they glow like me! I see a warm light coming from above my head. It's weird but I agree its nice.

  4. My psychosis only recently set on and I'm honestly terrified. I started meds almost a week ago and they havent really started working for me yet. Yesterday I had a panic attack after having the worst hallucination I've ever had.

  5. I don’t think I do either. I’m just like ugh not this again. It annoys me honestly. It’s scary at the time usually but then I just get angry afterwards.

  6. My hallucinations are a mix between beautiful and downright life-altering. I see patterns shift and colors morph which is super cool to me but also hallucinate people violating my personal space (sexually assaulting me). It’s a mix between a fever dream and a waking nightmare when I’m not on my meds.

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