Sigh. Sick lady downstairs driving me crazy. I’ll repeat for the umpteenth time, these people do not get embarrassed about using people or treating them like crap.
I think your downstair neighbor is insane as she made noise at Christmas time.
I don’t quite understand. Do you feel like the target of harassment? What exactly is she doing? I want to help…
She deliberately tries to drive me crazy. The little laughs, the perfectly timed, irritating cough. Mind games, trying to read my mind. Just f**king with me constantly. Same old stuff I always post. She does stuff that a normal human being wouldn’t do. She’s sick. Yes, I have paranoia about people sometimes, but I’m not stupid.She has the nerve to CONSTANTLY mess with me and then when I do something to retaliate she uses the full force of her position to destroy me. No pride and she’s crazy . I’m welcome to any suggestions. Ignoring doesn’t work.
First off Nick, I have to tell you that she is not reading your mind. That is delusional thinking, and I advise you to tell your pdoc that you are having these thoughts. Your post sounds like you are experiencing persecutory delusions, what with the laughter and coughs. I think you need to take these thoughts to your treatment team, and bring it up with them. I hope you understand…I’m not taking anything away from you, I’m just going off of what you said. I don’t believe in perpetuating problems or symptoms.
If she made noise by coughing and laughing, then she might be very stupid, because that way she will exhausts her own energy. If it was me , I would play loud music and let electricity be exhausted. So I think she just made normal noises with normal methods. What should be blamed is the quality of the building you live now. Nick, you are torturing youself with some persecutory thoughts which belongs to delusion.
You’ve been obsessing about this old woman for some time now. Have you still never even spoken to her?
Honestly, I’m beginning to wonder if we should be concerned about this woman’s safety.
If she’s old then those things may just be natural and she does them all the time so it appears to be harassment…on the other hand if she doesn’t like you or is just an annoying busybody, some people have been known to make noise deliberately to bother someone in the next apartment.
I would just pray to bind the disturbances so she would quiet down, and if it’s a health issue on her part, that she get relief from it so she stops the coughing…
I don’t think he’s going to do anything to her…the most people usually do is yell for a neighbor to quiet down, and if it’s an old person that probably won’t do much good.
The thinking process with someone who is having delusions is seriously flawed.
The person having the persecutory delusion actually believes he or she is in danger - He or she believes that they are being threatened. Sometimes the delusional person will “defend” himself or herself against this delusional threat.
Sometimes violence is used. I am not saying that this is Nicks situation, but delusional thinking should be taken seriously, because they can lead to violence especially when they are persecutory and paranoid in nature.
Nick I do believe that you should be talking to your psychiatrist about this. This has become obsessive and it sounds to me to be a delusion - get help for it now before it snowballs even further and God knows what could happen.
I am being honest and only trying to help - I was delusional for years, but it was mainly grandiose in nature.
I have had persecutory delusions only a few times, and the police were involved in one incident
Where has darksith been? Feel like we haven’t heard from him and his darth lately.
I’m sorry about the bad neighbors. Stay far away from that
last post December 20, but he liked some posts yesterday…
perhaps it is due to what he states in his profile?
i have a jedi space destroyer on my tail…got to go.
Haha sounds like something he’d say. Ah well.
@Malvok I think Nick would listen to you Malvok. I"ve tried to tell him I think he is delusional but he won’t do anything.? Sorry Nick. I hope somebody talks you into telling your pdoc this stuff.