So whenever I think I think with my voice... Like if I think I want a hamburger, in my brain I'll say"let's go get a hamburger" sometimes I have arguments with myself and unwanted violent/perverted thoughts. Also, if I'm sitting down and happen to glance at my mother, I might think "I hate her so much! Right?" which I seriously love her. Then I start arguing with myself. And when I try to silence it it usually doesn't go away. Like I can't stop thinking it... I don't know... Is this a auditory hallucination? P.S. I have a history of auditory hallucinations ie name calling, cell phones ringing, steps, etc. so it would not be unlikely that this is another
doesn't sound like psychosis to me yet I've found the specifications can become rather broad depending on the discretion of a psychiatrist, fair enough you don;t want to take antipsychotics maybe you could try learning self-discipline like meditation, some forms can be good personally I go for the taoist kind.
maybe its kinda like obsessive compulsive. still don;t think it sounds like hallucination officially
oh you admitted to having auditory hallucinations before, maybe I was wrong but the uncontrolled thinking and obsessing just sounds like wayward thinking that you could learn alternatives to control like I mentioned.
as long as you not having disturbing hallucinations you should be right, or voices telling you to hurt yourself or others, not that it sounds like you'd take them seriously
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