• The Dimensions And Structure Of My Psychosis

    At the centre of my affliction lie all my paranoid fears. From the tiniest of unreal-isms to the greatest.Moreover the foundation of my mind is shaken regularly by “Someone” who hates me.That “person, spirit or thought” could evolve from me or come from others. It might be an impression that has developed awry according to the accepted reality of the outside world. It is always cruel and troublesome.This forces my artistic imagination to over exaggerate ...

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  • A sense of belonging

    Please note: this story references self harm and suicide.

    I remember the dazed, sickly feeling; the heat of the hospital and the incandescent fear. It had faded slightly on arrival, lurking in the background like a toothache slightly subdued by aspirin. I was angry too, at having made mistakes – big ones and bad ones that would change my life. A lot of the crazy things I had done were because of delusions, but also because of the fear of ending up in a ...

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  • Fresh Perspectives

    I’ve experienced psychosis twice – in pretty quick succession in 2012 then again in 2015 – but I would not say the episodes are two separate incidents but rather one continuous flow, and I mean they are daily experiences to some degree, that has been an on ongoing psychological maze since about the age of fifteen (where I first started taking drugs, or at least beginning to see my mind in action). I no longer ...

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  • secret daughters of autumn

    how to take antipsychotic medication by dm gillis to sleep like a seed & dream of a garden the stem I will be bent under late snow voices & oils on canvas their lips their stilled tongues but rapid eyes they think of me as family from a tragic buttoned distance a manic Christmas poet psychotic still as a century dire oh dire sleeping the Seroquel sleep the Olanzapine street corner raving at the yellow ...

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  • Simple reality - childlike views :)

    It's the simple things in life which make me happy. A lifetime of suffering means that each moment and spark of excitement brings a childlike happiness. Some call the way I see the world as childish. Some label me odd and some ridicule and laugh at me. But on the good days, I wish others could see the world like I do. I wish others could enjoy the inspiration of a leaf on the ground, ...

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  • Psychotic Perceptions

    Psychotic Perceptions Reality not being where you think you are Neil Stamper Necessities Psychotic Perceptions has 4000 words approximately. The perception of me on the front cover was captured by a fellow patient, Becky. This book is dedicated to my family, whose suffering has been greater than mine. Any and all comments are welcomed: neil@wordpower.org.uk First published 2 October 2009 as an ebook available from: http://www.wordpower.org.uk © Neil Stamper 2009 Experience I was diagnosed bipolar ...

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    bipolar,
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  • Psychotic Perceptions

    Search "Amazon Psychotic Perceptions".

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