14 unbelievably honest statements from mental disorder patients!


Reddit users asked psychiatrists/psychologists what the most profound things they have ever heard from mental patients were. The amazingly deep responses given by the patients will help you to better understand how people with mental disorders think and maybe even help you understand yourself more.

1. “I don’t wanna kill myself. I wanna kill the part of me that wants to kill myself.”

killmyself

There’s a fine line there

2. “People don’t do drugs to feel good. People do drugs to feel less bad.”

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Don’t do drugs kids

3. “Imagine if every small decision felt like it had life or death consequences.”

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From a patient describing living with an anxiety disorder.

4. “My arms miss you.”

myarmsmissyou

From a ten year old autistic boy asking for a hug. These might be some of the deepest words ever spoken.

5. “Feeling pain is better than feeling nothing.”

feelthepain

Not sure about this one

6. “It’s okay if I don’t have any friends. Having friends makes you happy but it doesn’t make you a good person. You know who was really popular? Hitler.”

hitlersfriends

From a child with autism who was struggling with her difficulty making and keeping friends.

7. “I feel like a ghost, walking around unseen in the backdrops of these other happy lives.”

ifeellikeaghost

From a 56-year-old alcoholic.

8. “It’s as if you’ve tripped and the moment where you don’t know if you are going to catch yourself or not. That’s how I feel all day.”

ifeellikeivetripped

From a patient with Generalized Anxiety Disorder.

9. “We spend our whole lives trying to get to a certain place or acquire certain things so that we may be happy. But true happiness is when you realize you are never going to get to that place or that even when you do you will still be dreaming of a new place or new things. So happiness has to start now, with what we have.”

truehappiness

From a patient recovering from body image issues.

10. “I like you Jace, I don’t care what my voices say about you.”

thevoices

From a client with Schizoaffective disorder.

11. “I don’t take my meds to fix me, because there’s nothing wrong with me. I take them because everyone else is crazy and I need to fit in.”

theresnothingwrongwithme

From a patient with Bipolar disorder at a nursing home.

12. “I guess I missed the transition from when the ground was lava and imaginary friends became schizophrenia.”

imaginaryfriends

At least they can still remember a time before lava floors and imaginary friends

13. “An altruistic lover of truth and beauty.” I then asked him how others would describe him: “Bit of a c*nt probably.”

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This is the response the doctor got after he asked his patient with Bipolar Disorder how the patient would describe himself.

14. “The medication made the voices go away. I’m lonely now.”

thevoicesgoaway

Time to stop taking the meds?


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