IIRC, the occipital lobe controls vision. Well, my brain hurts on the left back half and the pain runs through the left temple, and to the top of my head. My mom was not in the bedroom and I started talking to her, thinking she was there. I got scared, went in her room, told her everything is moving. Shapes were coming out of nowhere, two chickens were fighting in my mom's fan (which was turned off) and they didn't make any noise, my stepdad's cane kept shaping the end of the handle to look like a beak. The beak opened, closed, opened, closed. It came close to me, but when I tried to grab it, it was too far away against the wall. The wheelchair was scooting back and forth, my mom's hands and legs wouldn't stop moving in ridiculous positions, people's faces were visible, someone was walking around the room but disappeared when I approached him. Is there something wrong with my brain? I know I'm suicidal at times, especially recently, but I take everything back. I don't want to die. I never really wanted to die, just wanted everything to go away. Unrealistic, I know. I don't want an aneurysm or blood clot or whatever can happen to the brain. My typing looks all right to me, nothing's moving right now, but my head still hurts like hell. I didn't do anything to damage it. It just hurts. I was lying on an icepack, might go back to that after I write this. Am I worrying over nothing> It looks like everything has stopped for now.