General 4 am by JackN182 10/2/2021 written by JackN182 10/2/2021 I’m in a psychotic episode, psychosis . I can’t feel what is real or not. 3 comments 1 Email Related posts puzzles remain 3/3/2024 Intrusive Thoughts; Family Issues 3/3/2024 3/2/2024 bye bye hope 3/2/2024 How to function when everything is impossible 3/2/2024 Numb 3/1/2024 2/29/2024 alienation from self 2/29/2024 Window of opportunity 2/29/2024 out of nowhere 2/28/2024 3 comments Wawawiwa 10/2/2021 - 8:33 am I can’t imagine what you are going through, reality is such a fragile thing. Why are you in the suicide project though? Log in to Reply JackN182 10/2/2021 - 6:10 pm Read about my past posts. Long story short, it’s a shit show. Log in to Reply heartlessviking 10/3/2021 - 9:43 pm You are actually ahead of the game if you can know a psychotic episode from within one. I’ve had exactly one that I know about, it lasted a few weeks, and when I came too I still didn’t think it had been real. It felt like being in a dream state, nothing made sense, absurd cameos of people who have left my life kept showing up. I’ve felt the lead up to it a few more times. It is just that every time I get near there, thought wise, I stop everything and reground myself in this shitshow reality. I hadn’t read your posts until this, but I went back and got caught up. It sounds like a rough ride, but it also appears that you are somewhat successfully masking? If so, good for you, that’s a trick sometimes eh? If not, I’m sorry, me either. Make sure you eat and try to sleep. Work towards those things, any and every trick should be tried. The best trick I know for food is the milk trick. You start by drinking a glass of milk any time you feel hungry. Then sometimes after awhile you’ll want something more, then you eat bread, cheese or peanut butter is a decent choice after that. Then back to normal food. For sleep, take whatever you can to slow down your thinking, and lower your body temperature. Take a bath. Eat some turkey. Warm milk is nice. Watch something entirely innocent to the point it is difficult to follow. Alcohol has been mixed luck for me, sometimes it makes me sleepy, other times it won’t let me sleep. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Subscribe to comments: Don't subscribe All new comments Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.