How can you be more neurotic than a psychotic person? Easily, they're literally the opposites if each other lmao. Someone with a neurotic disorder is very, very aware of how unnatural their experiences are. For example, most people with OCD do not truly believe if they don't act on their compulsions that something bad will happen, they have the overwhelming fear that something will happen and act on it to relieve the severe anxiety. When that 'something bad' is something like a loved one dying, the risk just isn't worth it in the mind of someone with OCD.View attachment 1202566
Remember all this, Kayla? Remember how poisonous you were to this pregnant woman and her family? Remember how upset you were that they were doing exactly what you and Nick were doing - living at home with parents?
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Not a word now about how psychotic your sister-in-law is or how annoying your nephew and niece are. You got what you wanted, which is being the only leech in the house, so you're happy.
So much to say about her husband's self-serving spending habits and how at least you weren't bringing kids into this tiny apartment - now they've got their own place and are welcoming their firstborn daughter, and your mouth is shut because you should be able to accomplish the same thing (if not even faster, since they're irresponsible spenders with two kids and you're so very good about money, right?)
Maybe you can't say more because you're too busy eating your words.
Psychosis is the opposite end of the spectrum, with symptoms causing you to not know what's real or not and loosing awareness of your declining mental state. Someone in a psychotic episode would genuinely believe someone would die if they didn't act on some kind of intrusive thought.
They aren't terms you should throw around so easily, maybe I'm just mad at the internet here but considering Kayla is self diagnosed with bipolar in the first place, saying you're a psychotic bipolar sufferer is actually bordering on infuriating. If you're suffering from psychosis and off your meds, that's a really dangerous situation. Kayla you read here, are you genuinely suffering from psychosis? You're hallucinating? You're delusional? What are your symptoms? If you're being genuine here, and I'm fully serious, you need to make a big effort to get that therapist appointment before you get seriously unwell. Psychosis isn't something you just self diagnose with on the fly.