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Hi all,

The reason why i asked this is because, even though my diagnosis is paranoid schizophrenia, I do not have voices, hallucinations or delusions to the extreme.

But my paranoia can be set off by certain things I came across, like a news article that used a word "betrayal" which sounds exaggerated to the actual content or people uttering the word "backstabbed" and then laugh by themselves,

this paranoia was traced back to the past during school days when I was being made fun of indirectly and subtly by my classmates, because I wrote a long facebook post(not visible to the public) about being backstabbed and betrayed by a friend, and ever since then, I see and hear those words being used loosely in other forums, news articles, and even outside.

I always thought it was directing to me, because of the fact that they can recognize me and knows that I read it.

Apart from that, everything is fine, my parents never noticed any unusual behavior, and I don't have paranoia when I don't bother about those things. Antipsychotics has no effect on me though.
I believed my diagnosis is exaggerated but i could be wrong, so feel free to correct me on that

Any questions or opinions are appreciated.

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Thoughts can be tricky. Animals abused by males fear males generaly. But hallucinations in my experience are 4th dimensional. They "know" like our brains know. Therapies like image cueing and emotion meditations can help resolve memory trigger issues i think. Its assisted me in the past. Try to stay away from intentional reprogramming though.
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