The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#61  Postby Keep It Real » Jul 23, 2017 12:20 pm

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I'm saying you need to be in regular contact with a qualified professional whom you trust.

I doubt that's going to happen, but, again, I could be wrong and my GP might refer me for regular checkups when I see her next Friday. As Fallible said, mental health provision is the poor cousin of physiological health provision and I doubt my GP will commit the resources to check up on me, say, every week.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#62  Postby Fallible » Jul 23, 2017 1:24 pm

Keep It Real wrote:There is no supervision available. My CPN didn't seem to think my coming off antipsychotics was irresponsible. The only embarrassment around is that some people frequent the forum despite believing people aren't overwhelmingly honest in their posts. If I thought that I'd view this forum as being a prodigious waste of time.


It's not embarrassing to exhibit common sense. The way you speak to the people whose opinions you claim to respect and who you are claiming to trust is what's embarrassing. It's irrational, and a repeating pattern in your postings here. You ask for opinions, advice and contributions, then when people oblige, you become personal if the asked for input deviates from your own view.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#63  Postby Keep It Real » Jul 23, 2017 3:08 pm

Pretty hypocritical Fallible. You're having a proper go at me..OK; you've never claimed to respect my opinion or trust me but that doesn't mean it's not a personal attack. When have I ever got personal with someone who I claim to respect? Is this because I gave you a :tinfoil:? OK, I might have had a proper go at you in the past but that was a long time ago, before I grew to respect your opinion properly. I've taken your advice in this thread, but that doesn't mean I agree with you about everything. What you call common sense I call paranoia. It saddens me that you have such a low opinion of me. Thomas Eshuis winds me up with his derogatory posts, and I've never claimed to respect his opinion. It's not like you've never received an advisory.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#64  Postby Keep It Real » Jul 23, 2017 10:50 pm

I actually think your post is just ego-dystonic player hating Fallible. Perhaps I should take that as a compliment, but TBH it just makes you seem small. Does it make you feel good to have a go at me and put me down? WTF is that post having a go at me???!!! PATHETIC!! If no apology is forthcoming I'll have to relegate you to the status of the also rans....ah fuck it; I've lost you already. You fucked up.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#65  Postby Keep It Real » Jul 23, 2017 11:17 pm

Fallible is a failure.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#66  Postby Fallible » Jul 24, 2017 7:30 am

Yes, just like that.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#67  Postby Keep It Real » Jul 24, 2017 9:13 am

Keep It Real wrote: Does it make you feel good to have a go at me and put me down?

Some people never grow out of bullying. I've lost all respect for you Fallible. Tiny.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#68  Postby Fallible » Jul 24, 2017 10:19 am

I'm devastated.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#69  Postby Keep It Real » Jul 24, 2017 11:26 am

Me too.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#70  Postby DavidMcC » Jul 24, 2017 11:47 am

It's ironic that KIR has turned on Fallible, because I seem to remember that she defended him from perceived criticism by me, about year, or so ago.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#71  Postby Keep It Real » Jul 24, 2017 12:06 pm

That was presumably before she decided I was a threat to her ego and started hating on me.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#72  Postby scott1328 » Jul 24, 2017 12:23 pm

Perhaps KiR's recent posting history is providing ample evidence of why he should seek at competent medical advice about his medication. I for one have observed a noticeable change; and not for the better.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#73  Postby Rachel Bronwyn » Jul 24, 2017 3:54 pm

He's made up his mind. People have given sound advise he's welcome to take or leave.

You're an adult, KIR, and are welcome to make decisions about your body, good and bad. If you're going to do this sans medical oversight, that's up to you. People have expressed major concerns about you doing so though.

Do whatever you're going to do. Don't be too proud to ask for help if shit gets ugly. That help shouldn't come from here though. All we know is an online persona from your posting history. We cannot replace a professional or true friend.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#74  Postby Keep It Real » Jul 24, 2017 5:05 pm

I'm getting all the medical oversight I can. If there's something else I could do to get more I ask people to let me know. I've taken the advice in this thread circa contacting medical professionals. I feel fine - no anxiety or paranoia. All is well.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

#75  Postby Keep It Real » Jul 24, 2017 11:42 pm

Rachel Bronwyn wrote:
You're an adult, KIR, and are welcome to make decisions about your body, good and bad.

Thanks for this Rachel.
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Re: The development of psychosis in a schizophrenic

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