Same thing here. The “voices” when I’m symptomatic comment on what I’m doing, feeling, if I think of a password for a website they’ll threaten to hack me, etc.
I’ve recently switched to Latuda combined with Zyprexa, and it’s working wonders for me. Every so often (Usually when I’m laying down to go to bed) I’ll have the one male voice chirp up who tells me I’m a fake, a fraud, nothing but a failure and a waste of space. He frequently threatens to harm me and my loved ones, but since I know he is just me threatening myself, I know nothing’s going to happen.
I also frequently hear “There’s nothing more we can do, we have to leave him” - sometimes when I hear the voices I talk back to them - this doesn’t always work for me, so usually what I do is play music mentally. I’m a guitarist, so I’ll practice guitar mentally as I lay down to go to bed, and drown out the voices.
If you need some advice for how to tune out, find a hobby that you enjoyed or would enjoy, and do it. I find playing video games helps me zone out and helps let the recovery process flow more smoothly.
Also, if you have the radio or tv on, very important to make sure you can distinguish what’s being said. If it’s barely audible it’ll trick your mind into thinking you’re hearing people talk about you.
Just a few observations from a fellow traveller,