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  • Asho_DirtyPoo
    Answered by Asho_DirtyPoo
    ears ago

    I don't want to be negative, but I really think you need to talk to a professional about these feelings.

  • SADgirl_814
    Answered by SADgirl_814
    ears ago

    I agree with Asho. It's imperative that you seek help because that is not normal thinking, and can turn into an ugly reality. Please seek help.

  • Nat95
    Answered by Nat95
    ears ago

    Yeah I know I need to see someone but unfortunately my therapist is away. And what you guys are saying isn't helping me. Another person asked this question before and people were much more supportive.

  • Asho_DirtyPoo
    Answered by Asho_DirtyPoo
    ears ago

    I think it's because we don't actually know what to say to something like this, as we aren't professionals.

    And for me, personally, you saying these feelings don't usually last this long and whatnot - that tells me that it's worse than it's been before, therefore it could become even worse, and you could actually act on the thoughts. When someone's safety is at stake - you need to see someone. Even if it isn't your own therapist...there has to be someone "on call" to sub in for him/her, or an urgent crisis centre or something.

  • SADgirl_814
    Answered by SADgirl_814
    ears ago

    I'm sorry you don't think we're being supportive, but again I agree with Asho. I really don't know what to say because I've never experienced it and I don't understand it whatsoever, and I just can't give advice about something I don't understand. So, sorry if "get help" isn't what you wanted to hear but that's the best we can do. You need support way beyond what anyone on here can say and I think it's urgent you do that, because not getting help is putting you and your family's safety in jeopardy.

  • Jonos
    Answered by Jonos
    ears ago

    I do hav intrusive thoughts but not those kind. My thoughts tend to be more self centered. As in I worry about what people are thinkning of me and stuff like that. I can relate to intrusive thoughts but I can't relate to the type you're having. None the less they can be very stressfull and only add to your anxiety. I hope you find the help and support you're looking for. I am going to have to agree with the two others and suggest that you try and talk to anyone who will see you. At one point in my life I was having audio hallucinations and the only thing I could do was seek immediate help from the local psychiatric facility. Some things require a more immediate response than others when dealing with anxiety, depression and the related issues. I think this is one of those things. Good luck and I really hope you find the help you need.

  • Answered by
    ears ago

    Getting professional help is the only real solution here, as everyone else is saying. Until that is possible, I recommend quickly discarding the thought every time it comes out and focusing your mind on something else. Keep doing that, no matter how difficult it is.

  • SADgirl_814
    Answered by SADgirl_814
    ears ago

    That's really good advice Andy

  • gmazzini
    Answered by gmazzini
    ears ago

    i had written a long response to this....where did it go?

  • Nat95
    Answered by Nat95
    ears ago

    Thanks everyone! I was finally able to see my therapist. She told me that it was good that I was talking about it with not only my family and her. She had that if I really had those intentions to hurt my family, I wouldn't have mentioned it to anybody. I was a bit scared to taking medication for my anxiety because I'm only 17 and I don't wanna have to rely on it but both my mom and I decided that I should try it for a month and see how it goes. This saturday, I just started on Fluvoxamine. Here's to hoping that it will help.

  • angela_louiise
    Answered by angela_louiise
    ears ago

    Hi Nat. I was having the same problem only different kinds of intrusive thoughts. They were really starting to increase my anxiety and the more my anxiety increased the more intrusive thoughts I was having.
    I am too on Fluvoxamine and it seems to be helping a lot. It was almost like the thoughts were becoming an OCD behaviour. Hope all is going well with your meds.

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