i want to be less paranoyed

Discussion in 'Mental Health Disorders' started by the masked depressant, May 13, 2011.

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  1. the masked depressant

    the masked depressant Well-Known Member

    i've noticed this for ages, vut even more so in the last few weeks.

    i keep having the sense that people are talking about me and following me- even though they arn't....

    like once my friend got this phonecall about a meeting she had to attend and when she finished on the phone i kept asking her what was said about me, and even though she tried to reasure me, nothing was said.. i still wouldn't believe it

    do any of you have tips on how to maybe deal with this a bit better?
  2. eagle

    eagle Well-Known Member

    i would recommend a positive thinking regimen and remembering to kick out those horrible thoughts and replace them with more positive ones. you can always catch me about if you need me
  3. aoeu

    aoeu Well-Known Member

    I'd try self-hypnosis if I were in your shoes.

    I've used it a bunch, but never for paranoia - but it seems like it should help. It can generally help with thinking/sensing.

    PM me with your email if you're interested, I'll send you a self-hypnosis file with instructions. It'll take a bit over an hour the first week, and then about 30 minutes a week - compared to most methods of handling it this is fairly fast. It might also show results within a single day but you need to reinforce it to make it strong and lasting.
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