Does anyone else here feel the need to reconcile with a lot of people from the past? Or to ‘reconnect’ with them to put things right? For a lot of people, psychosis leads to disconnecting from people, and maybe for some, this followed a period of being self-centred and egotistical. I can safely say that I disappeared out of a lot of people’s lives with no explanations…
Would building the bridges help matters? Or is all that just way back in the past and it should be forgotten about?
A lot of us say (including myself)that we miss the days when we had friends and were social. I know that it may seem counterintuitive to reconnect with people when we might not feel well enough to live that kind of life, but would a short burst of ‘dropping in’ on people of our past be worthwhile?
I’m not sure. dropping by could be healthy but I wouldn’t expect things to be the same. I went through this when I wanted to be social again. rekindle past friendships or make new ones. ultimately I decided to make new friendships. but if I run into an old friend, I’m always open to an old friendship.
I don’t need to build bridges. They always wait for me to return to them. But I am not interested…
I thought of this a lot.
My conclusion: life goes on. They move on with they’re lifes and I should do the same.
You can try reviving the friendship but it should not be the same
Sz psychosis is the opposite of ego. We usually want to be alone because it makes us happy, and with little use of others.
I don’t want that they see how I became.
Not sure. My old thief of a friend tried to engage me some years back. I didn’t put any effort into it. Folks here are right in that it won’t be the same and more importantly life goes on. I want to do just that. Continue onwards. I forgive but that bridge is charred and decrepit.
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