I could be mistaken (it's been known to happen 🙃), but I am reasonably certain than no one just decides one day that they are going to be psychotic, or thinks it seems like a 'good' day to go schizoid. Those things aren't "good" or "bad", per se, they just are.
Hallucinations, on the other hand, may be something one has no control over, they may be an unexpected consequence of something....such as an allergic reaction, or they may be something one chooses to effect. In the first case, they just are, much like being psychotic, schizoid, or any other mental condition. In the second, they can be quite scary and/or unnerving, as they sometimes can be in the third scenario, as well. Other times, choosing to cause oneself to hallucinate can be downright amazing.
So what's wrong with being psychotic? I thought the left wants diversity.
HA HA HA!
You made Bozette laugh.
I think she may have a twisted sense of humor. I like that in a woman.
Watch it. Too many compliments might expand her head. :)
Twisted and warped. 😄
Post has to do about just something I've noticed about Society Understood Rules lately.
Like, Be Psycho or Schizo...NO way...but someone who has hallucinated - Wow... cool...
I don't really get the logic, one is a condition and the other is perhaps a condition or ingested psychotropic?
It's just something I've noticed about Society Understood Rules lately.
Thats the same idiotic way of thinking, kids thinking its cool
It is idiotic thinking...and very non-supportive.
Also peer pressuring someone into trying something they dont want
Yes...and it's also amazing how quickly kids pick up attitudes from adults.
Only the one they think is cool and exciting, no kids will be interested in granny's knitting club
My LSD dealer keeps yapping at me about the side-effects. I haven't seen any. We had a long chat about this with Jimi Hendrix the other night. Then we ate some onion soup.
Man oh man, do I have some stories......
I once went into a police station claiming there was a seven foot tall cyclops trying to knife me from behind, the officer asked where he was and I told him he was behind the pine tree growing in the corner of his office......
amongst other things..... I still get the odd flash back these days but am well enough versed to realise the reality from the hallucination.
All though, I still have a 1% belief that I am in a hospital bed some place in a coma and all this is a hallucination.
It's not okay to judge another.