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Does anyone else turn into their voices? - March 16th 2013, 03:41 AM

I have people in my head, three fallen angels, a teenager, and a child all of different ages, who speak to me when I'm not on my medication or have a lot of stressors. As far as I know I've only turned into three of them, a sadistic angel named Jasmine (looks to be in her twenties but is hundreds of years old), the teen named Elijah, and the child who is around seven, named Owen. These occurences of my voices capturing my body are rare and usually only when I'm extremely psychotic, so I don't usually worry about it. I was honestly just curious if anyone else had this happen. Feel free to ask questions as well!
   
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Re: Does anyone else turn into their voices? - March 16th 2013, 10:20 AM

It never happened to me. The closest I got was a girl I saw, who took over my mind and tried to kill me. But it was long before my medication. Medication is importnant.





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Re: Does anyone else turn into their voices? - March 20th 2013, 02:49 AM

I was talking to a friend, and she said that she thinks it's actually a dissociative problem. She has D.I.D. and has researched the differences between psychosis and dissociation, so I want to trust her, but I just don't know. Could anyone clear things up for me?
   
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Re: Does anyone else turn into their voices? - March 20th 2013, 06:28 AM

I don't believe that anyone here could clear things up for you with any more credibility than your friend who researched; it's important to seek a professional's opinion because self-diagnosis isn't going to help you much, and there are a lot of factors that go into labeling these things.

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Re: Does anyone else turn into their voices? - March 20th 2013, 09:51 PM

As the previous poster said, we can't diagnose you, nor can your friend or a website. You'll need to see a psychological professional for several sessions in order to determine what is going on. People dissociate for a number of reasons - it's not always DID (in fact, DID is incredibly rare, and many people even doubt its existence). For example, people may dissociate when they are dealing with a traumatic experience - it is their way of coping, removing themselves from the situation. You mentioned that you "turn into your voices" when you're not taking your medication or feel stressed, so I'd explore those triggers with a psychological professional and focus on managing them, vs. jumping to a diagnosis prematurely.






   
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