I’m in the mood for some philosophical thinking around psychology/psychiatry.

Reality is defined as the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them and psychosis is defined as a loss of touch with external reality, as per Google of course. These seem like simple definitions, but lines get very blurry very quickly.

Let’s start with religion, so many people claim that they hear or see God. a very minimal percentage of this group get a psychosis diagnosis. But if you hear voices that are from other not visible beings you’re “psychotic”.

Some scientists believe that it is more likely we live in a simulation than not. We could be the Sims 100. Imagine if all my depression could be attributed to some loser picking the gloomy trait for their sim…

Anyway, this whole thought came about because the psychiatrist asked if I had ever heard voices. Which I have but only when I’m trying to get to sleep so I don’t think that counts, well hopefully not.




I want to update more but I just don’t know what to say. I barely even know what is going on in my life. I’m just riding it, but not really sure where I’m going. I don’t understand my brain? But does anyone? How do we distinguish normal from abnormal, and how can we truely ever know which side were on? 


Mental health people keep trying to make me tell my employer. This is just the repeat of tell your parents all over again. I’m not going to give in this time. They will just have to learn how to respect someone’s decision for once. I wonder how that will go down? Not well I am guessing.