« on: April 06, 2017, 01:01:43 PM »
Are you aware of how many people in the pagan/new age/occult movement are weird about medication? I thank you for your pro-medication stance. That's great. Just because I have real talent in bending spoons and forks. I need to back up my phone and I will eventually post some pictures of the psychokinesis. I really have spent 5 years treated by now. I started my current meds in 2012. My mother was quite unable to interfere with me getting treatment. She isn't paying for it, SSI is.Yeah, I'm aware of it, and I think its a pretty bad problem. I'm lucky enough to have medicare to cover my meds, what I take now is probably worth about $3,000. Now I only pay about $5.
I mean I might have to gravitate in anti-medication circles because of my specific skill set. Give or take, that is frustrating for me because I will be given #%% for taking meds. I tell them my meds are an angry and jealous god, don't offend it. I also want to flat out tell people I don't take people telling me not to take my meds lightly. How else am I supposed to sleep at night and drive during the day? I need to tell the idiots to talk to my lawyer. I need to get myself a lawyer who knows about those people. I mean I think my psi talent is easier to put up with because of my medication in the first place. Nobody wants a manic empath-telepath around anyway. I'm an expert on this stuff. The reason is simple. Empaths can infect people with their emotions if they are unshielded. This is why shielding is good for you. You can't be pushed around by your psychic ability. An empath can infect people with depression. Yes. That is why taking your meds is great. As in, mania can also be felt by others. And I speak from personal experience when I say mania is annoying to others. A friend of mine skipped her meds twice in two months. She is being systematically avoided right now. She hangs on to toxic people like a barnacle. I get rid of them fast but she doesn't. She lets them in with open arms. I'm fed up. I take my meds. It is the only way. Thanks for being pro-medication! I'm impressed.
I'm looking for a way off disability and onto Anthem Blue Cross. I think we both have a whole lot of balls talking about this out in the open. I have methods to deal with anti-medication nutters. One phrase I find handy is: talk to my lawyer. If they say anything implying I need to stop, well then, you will be dealing with my Legal Shield lawyers. Ha-ha!!!
I'm glad you got the treatment you needed. I also started treatment about five or six years ago. The problem is that I only recently, about a year ago, got on the medicine that works for me. Mostly because I never told my psychiatrist that the medicine wasn't working because I thought medicine wasn't supposed to help. But now I know that that's what its made to do, you just need to be on the right kind.
I know from many years experience that when a med craps out on you, it is time to find a new one. Immediately. Somebody I know is putting this off. I sent her a letter with "Get a med change or I'm done." It probably got to her. She gets no privacy. Asian thing. Her parents are very intrusive. She's around my age and only because she lives on their property. But then again her psychopath dad does stuff to the tenants messing with their things. Illegal landlord-tenant manipulation. He also poisons her mom on a regular basis. I'm distancing myself from her. I'm on the look out for more blunt friends who are truthful without hurting people's feelings.
This is the first year in the past four years I haven't had a breakdown or felt suicidal at all. But that's not the only benefits I've had from taking the right medicine. My thoughts are more calm, I can sleep at night, I can socialize in public without shutting down, I don't hear or see things that aren't there anymore, everything is just a lot easier in general. Without being properly treated, I would be dead or in an asylum by now. So I know the importance of medication, and I hope other people in the community can learn of its importance as well.
I've been also stable 5 years now. I love my medication. Love it. I sing its praises. I park really well. My driving is flawless. I mean one of my odd psychic talents as a schizophrenic is to know when people are going to step in front of cars in an attempt to kill themselves. I can see it all in my head. Even if that person is miles from me. I can't always rescue everybody though. My abilities have an off switch these days. I'm a real psychokinetic. I messed up my printer. The cover for the paper tray. It can't fit properly anymore. I melted it. I have bent my nail filer. The nail scraping part. I also am bending daily the curtain rod above this computer in my condo. Someday it might break apart and fall down. My other curtain rod is not bent. It is by the kitchen table. I eat there. I have no idea why it hasn't happened again, aside from spending less time at the kitchen table. My parents have left the country. They have a bunch of untreated MI, and personality disorders. You don't do therapy to lie. You do therapy to improve yourself.