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Did somebody happen to see it at the forum? It just disappeared? Maybe I really AM a schizo as I think I already saw it at the forum...

Are some writings deleted by moderators if they are considered to be threatening to somebody?
 
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Did somebody happen to see it at the forum? It just disappeared? Maybe I really AM a schizo as I think I already saw it at the forum...

Are some writings deleted by moderators if they are considered to be threatening to somebody?
 

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i wrote a couple of things today that went too but they wouldnt have been threatening to anyone. i pm'd a moderator but he said he never deletes posts so i thought it was me posting wrong.
 

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i wrote a couple of things today that went too but they wouldnt have been threatening to anyone. i pm'd a moderator but he said he never deletes posts so i thought it was me posting wrong.
 

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I also wrote some posts that seem to have vanished... quite eerie.
 

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I also wrote some posts that seem to have vanished... quite eerie.
 

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I was originally diagnosed with schizophrenia but there are different forms of the "illness" if that is what you want to call it. The actual "diagnosis" is not crucial but what is is working towards a common goal with your therapist. I found reducing the cipramil from 60mg to 40mg definitely helped enough for me to go to therapy.

I also take sulpiride which is an atypical anti-psychotic with less side effects and has also been used to treat anxiety. Increasing the dose from 400mg to 600mg has also improved my level of anxiety.

It is common for hospital inpatients in psychiatric institutions to suffer from anxiety or even PTSD even in the UK.
 

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I was originally diagnosed with schizophrenia but there are different forms of the "illness" if that is what you want to call it. The actual "diagnosis" is not crucial but what is is working towards a common goal with your therapist. I found reducing the cipramil from 60mg to 40mg definitely helped enough for me to go to therapy.

I also take sulpiride which is an atypical anti-psychotic with less side effects and has also been used to treat anxiety. Increasing the dose from 400mg to 600mg has also improved my level of anxiety.

It is common for hospital inpatients in psychiatric institutions to suffer from anxiety or even PTSD even in the UK.
 
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