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I often talk about reality checking and going along with it when helping someone deal with delusions, but I felt as if I didn’t really make it clear to what I meant when I said it.

Recently I saw a post similar to “how to sneakily give your delusional friend a reality check when they told you not to” and honestly, that’ll just make us lose trust for you. Because we can tell when you do that.

my paranoia, being vague as fuck: something bad is going to happen

me: what?

paranoia: something…..

me: *is suddenly hyperaware of everything & everyone and prepares myself for death or danger at any moment*

You wanna know how I first realised that I’m bi? (Although I was pretty much always in denial)

I had a crush on both Troy AND Gabriella so I had a hard time checking them both out when HSM was on. Hard times. 😂

y'all are about ending the stigma until they are paranoid

y'all are about ending the stigma until they see scary things

y'all are about ending the stigma until they are delusional

y'all are all for ending the stigma until they hear voices telling them to kill

y'all are about ending the stigma until they have next to no impulse control

y'all are all for ending the stigma until they have violent urges

y'all are all for ending the stigma until they mutter to themselves

y'all are about ending the stigma until they fantasize about murder or crime

y'all are about ending the stigma until they believe they are a god

y'all are about ending the stigma until they fit the stereotype.

(insp. by this post)

“I know how, I feel when she looks at me… she sees who you really are… you look at her, you look at her eyes and you wanna be worth the effort! You wanna be the person she sees! 😁😍”