Have you ever seriously questioned your own sanity?
When I first started having panic attacks I thought I was crazy to some extent. I've since gotten over those issues and I think I'm pretty sane overall.
How can you question something you don't have
Like as in grasp of reality or mental health? Because I have an anxiety disorder and when I first realized it I guess you could consider that "seriously questioning sanity" but I'm still "sane", anxiety disorder or not.
We are not crazy!
I do when I'm stoned, but I've come to realize I just say stupid shit when I'm high as a kite. <-- True Story
Actually, not until now...
Yes. I've had repressed memories of rape started coming to me in flashbacks, and it was awful. Also, once in the hospital, I was given morphine after surgery, and hallucinated that my bed was surrounded with dead people who were reaching for me.
Everytime I do I just think "most likely"
As Frank Herbert said :
You aren't thinking or really existing unless you're willing to risk even your own sanity in the judgement of your existence.
Having severe OCD, I would say nearly all the time.
Today in fact! A parent in my school was in Boston Market and called ME to ask me, how do you order turkey?
I have multiple personalities and I can't get a word in edgewise
I'm a middle school music teacher. Not only is the lack of sanity a given, most consider such as a critical qualification for the job.
Only when I'm conscious
I know that am insane ( like I would build a robotic guerrilla with a jet pack that had chainsaws for arms because I had free time and was bored) but am told that no insane person admits third insane. (While I believe their is a thing as good insane)
Reading comments here makes me question others.
I always knew I thought a lot differently, but then again- don't we all?
Doesn't everybody have their own strange thinga about themselves, their own idiosyncrasies?
I talk to myself pretty often.
So do I. Is that a problem?
I consulted with me and we both agree that it's ok.
People stole my answer so I won't say anything. So there.
Yes. These anti-American Liberals will do that. Then I remember that Liberalism is a mental disorder and say a prayer.
You are ridiculous.
on a weekly basis, only those who question their sanity are truly sane
When you take a psychopathology class, it kinda just happens... Lol
Democrats, change your answers to "no"! (You're not making us look good!!) ;)
Actually they're making you look good. It's a psychological fact that people who are actually insane will never question their sanity.
I doubt that. Source? I mean really if you have the need to question it there's a good chance your at least paranoid.
I am not sane. Insanity is what I'm used to; every once in a while I feel like I'm going to go normal but I don't question it. I wouldn't want me to know the answer.
I don't need to. I'm rarely of sound mind.
I have 9 kids. So, yes. ;)
I never have, but I'm pretty sure others have questioned my sanity. Let's just say I march to a different drummer at times and not everyone hears that beat...
On acid yes
I speak to myself ... that gives me an outsiders perspective ... helps keem me in line. so No.
I started taking a different medication awhile back and it had me hearing voices
I sometimes wonder if there's something seriously wrong with me, and I'm the only one that doesn't know it because all of my friends just treat me like I'm normal.
ADHD. It's easy to question your own sanity when you literally cannot stop playing a video game in order to start working even when you're literally on the verge of eviction.
World of Warcraft? That ate up more than a few weekends for me. I started Friday night with a bottle of alcohol and I wake up Monday morning, bottle gone, and a level 70 character that I didn't have before.
Those who are open minded to question things such as sanity, are open minded to learn many new things. An open mind is how you learn.
Not really. I knew the condition was only temporary.
Like the time I was finger painting and the paint changed to marbles, but I was too busy trying to keep the marbles from rolling off the table to find a spare moment to question my sanity.
And the very same night A Day In The Life was playing, the part that sounds like you're falling down the rabbit hole, and you think it's a broken record and the falling is never going to stop, and you're just glad you remembered to bring the niacin.
Ahhhh, very trippy, eh? ;)
Not really. The voices in my head think I'm probably fine. Usually.
I know this because Tyler knows this
No, but the voices do all the time
Me? Sure. A few times, especially that one time Sheogorath started making sense.
I see things move and figures out of the corner of my eyes but there never there
I had a reaction to a drug that did that to me. I knew it wasn't real but couldn't make it stop.
Do you wear glasses? I remember when I first started wearing mine at age 12. I kept seeing things out of the corner of my eye and couldn't make sense of it. When I looked closer, nothing was there. Later realized I was seeing reflections in the lens.
"I've always been crazy but it's helped me from going insane."
Crazy people don't, do they?
-insert schizophrenia reference here-
No not seriously. If sometimes questioned my actions but not sanity.
I think everyone has a bit of insanity. It's just a matter of embracing it.
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