Thursday, July 11, 2013

A womb twin survivor misdiagnosed as "schizophrenic"

Misdiagnosed as "Schizophrenic" 

(A story from the womb twin survivors site)  
It all began at the age of fifteen when I fell madly in love with a girl in my class. I was in love with her for almost two years. At that time I was too afraid to tell her.

After those two years, I suddenly became anxious and uncertain about myself and I didn't understand why. These feelings went on for about two weeks. Then one Sunday morning when I woke up, my world had completely changed. I didn't know who I was anymore. It was as if my brain had forgotten me overnight. Some other symptoms appeared. I was only able to see in two dimensions. It was as if I was looking through a window that showed a two-dimensional image. I couldn't see it any differently.  This was how I saw the world.

Something else was happening: it seemed like my voice was sitting in the back of my head. My voice wasn't coming from my mouth any more. It felt like somebody else was talking. I panicked. From one moment to the next I had turned from a passionate lover into a complete alien.
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