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Paranoia - April 21st 2018, 05:39 AM

[SIZE="a"]Does anyone else get paranoid? How do you deal with it?

My anxiety is part of the cause but so is other stuff. I don't want to go into it all though.

I start thinking that people I am close to aren't safe. I start thinking that people I am close to are planning on hurting me.

I am overwhelmed and that is increasing it.

Is there a way to cope with the paranoia? If it gets to be too much I can talk to my psychiatrist. I have a therapy appointment at some point too.

I just need tips on how to cope because sometimes it gets really bad.[/size]
   
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Re: Paranoia - May 1st 2018, 11:32 PM

Hey, I am so sorry you have not received a reply yet. It's perfectly understandable how concerned you are, paranoia can be overwhelming especially when we think everything could go wrong or every person we are close to will turn against us. Perhaps writing things down, like positive qualities about the people you're close with, or the benefits of certain things in your life, will help a bit.

I would definitely talk to your therapist about this. Perhaps you can work through the issues and find coping methods when you do feel bouts of anxiety and paranoia. Best of luck!
   
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