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Schizophrenia & Psychosis

Jul 20 2017, 21:07
  • Elrohir97 Newbie

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    First time posting on this site, so here I go. I don't react to other people's feeling, and my state of mind is apparently showing through at school. I laugh uncontrollably, probably because of my antidepressants (I'm not full blown depressed. I just have these crying spells because I'm so angry at people's stupidity and don't want to get in trouble for hurting people). Well, back to the laughing, my teacher in formed me that, "You're really going to insult someone one day for laughing too much." And then she had the gall to say it was from anxiety! This really ticked me off, because I do believe in constructive criticism and this woman had no reason to address this 'behavioral trait'. There was nothing for her to gain, and I've learned over the year that she is a digger and a very sensitive person who doesn't even want to know what she's searching for. I'm pressed for time to get my school work done in eight days ans she's been digging into why I've been having 'crying spells' lately. The only truth that she doesn't want to hear is that, yes, I do laugh at inappropriate times. I laughed at a funeral, genuinely, because the speaker was expressing his grief by telling an old funny story, and I laughed out loud so hard. I feel disgusted at people when they get weepy for no apparent reason at church. I do not love people. I feel very contempt with my kitty and tell him that I love him, but I do not say it to people. Well, maybe rarely, so they don't bother me about it anymore. Also, I'm in cosmetology and get the craziest power trip when I'm cutting people's hair. Well, that's the truth that my nosy teacher is digging up, and I'm not sure if I should get help, because it's affecting my school/job life, or just try harder and stop being happy all the time. I only have eight days left, but I'm also VERY behind on sign-offs, that SHE has to give!

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