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A personal log of time spent in a mental hospital

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Part of the series: Mental Health

In this series we discuss issues surrounding mental health.

This is about the time Sigflup spent in a mental hospital for paranoia. This is a personal log that takes place just after sigflup regained the ability to talk. You can find a by-foot made map of the psych-ward here:
Map of the psych-ward


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Comment #1 posted on 2012-04-09T18:16:41Z by Kryx



Thanks for your openness and sharing your story - having family members that have had similar experiences I understand that it is a different world in there. I wish you all the best in the recovery process.


Comment #2 posted on 2012-04-09T23:56:38Z by qubodup

Thanks for sharing


Thank you a lot for sharing this. Listening to you describing your state and surrounding was a fascinating experience.

It reminded me of in-computer-game audio logs, like the ones in "System Shock 2" and "Amnesia" for example. (Warning: both these titles or screenshots, videos and descriptions of their content might act as triggers)

Best wishes for feeling better and glad for you to not having to stay in there longer. I hope that talking openly about the events, as you did in this post, leads to more relief.

Comment #3 posted on 2012-04-11T09:59:08Z by brother mouse

thanks for sharing

I really appreciate your openness and willingness to share.

Comment #4 posted on 2012-04-12T12:58:59Z by claudiom

Thank You, sigflup...

Thank for sharing this experience on HPR. I have to say that it takes a lot of courage to open oneself in this manner. I hope and pray that everything improves for you soon.

Comment #5 posted on 2012-05-14T21:24:20Z by Frank

What they said.

I commend your courage is posting this.

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