How do you deal with people reading your intrusive thoughts


#1

I have people reading my intrusive thoughts thinking they are my real thoughts. I have been majorly harassed because of this and threatened. How can this be?


#2

No one can read your thoughts, intrusive or otherwise. It’s just not possible. Are you taking medication?


#3

yes I am taking meds, but the feeling is still there


#4

This isn’t a functional response, but I’ve taken to hiding in my house and muting TV and radio until the voices finally stop with my Piracetam supplementation. I believe the thought broadcasting will stop simultaneously.

A stronger person would just say “get over it” and “what’s the worst that can happen”, but anxiety attacks are a ■■■■■. Thought broadcasting royally ■■■■■ me up.


#5

I’d say don’t listen but I have the same exact thing going on an it’s tough to shake an seems real even though I want to believe it’s not real


#6

I have people on tv getting upset because of these thoughts and wanting to hurt me if I don’t stop thinking this way, but how can you stop thinking intrusive thoughts


#7

Anti-inflammatories help with intrusive thoughts. The less inflamed the brain is the fewer intrusive thoughts happen.

I believe Piracetam will ultimately stop thought broadcasting, however. NMDA upregulation seems to lessen hallucinations.

Please ask a doctor before trying any new supplements / treatments though.


#8

Try focusing on something else. I love cars so I’m always reading about modifications an ■■■■ I can do. When I’m occupied I don’t hear them as much.


#9

I’m no doc but I don’t think your brain gets inflamed while having intrusive thoughts


#10

When I feel pressure in my brain I get angry violent intrusive thoughts. When the pressure is low there are fewer angry thoughts. Just an anecdote.