I am over 30 years old, have three children. My mother has schizophrenia but she has no hallucations whatsoever. They are delussions. I have expereinced some things since I was five years old but I have no idea what I am. My symptoms confuses me to no end. I was also ab
[More]used as a child as well as expereinced severe workplace bullying. It was pretty bad. I also have hypergraphia which has gotten me into a lot of trouble. It takes it's form of letters. Anaylatical letters (without emtoion), emotional letters (nothing but emotion without logic) and Inbetween letters (a mix of both emotion and logic and reason.) I also tend to go to subject A to subject C back to subject A a great deal. When I write I say whatever it is on my mind and I do not leave anything out. People have gotten upset with my letters due to the content, the length (usually around 20 to 30 pages long) and how often I send them to the same person as well as the fact that I repeat myself a LOT.
Anyway I am curious.
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