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Slim Jim

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Imaginary friends, sounds like it could come with some benefits. I'm not psychotic so I wouldn't know about that though. I've never had imaginary friends. I've had friends, and friends I might imagine i'd like to be closer with. But that's not hallucinating or anything.
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Gerald Wilgus

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As long as they are not dogs that talk to you ala SoS. (added) Honestly, it is good to see you with an effective treatment without that side effect.
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Oren Franz

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Good news!
After Yoga class with beautiful music and smelling good candles, I stopped having mania and grandiosity. I am so proud of myself!

Oren Franz

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Good news!!!!
This is the first time I was in general and mental hospital, they gave me different medications, and I stopped having dark, twisted fantasies, delusional beliefs and hallucinations. I feel so good.

Oren Franz

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This is fantastic news Oren and I am VERY proud of you.

This is your first step into a new life with many great possibilities.

I had narcissistic delusions that my former bullies are going after me and that I have to kill them, to put a stop to it, and I had command hallucinations telling me to kill them.

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