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So this may be an unusual question for this site, as this is about my mom. Growing up, I have had many psychic experiences, and may post them later, however, this is not about that. I am now grown up and believe in many varied things, though I'm slowly trying to determine whether others are similarly psychic or if they actually do have a condition that needs treatment. It is my tendency to look for an alternate (non-medical) solution. With my mom, I have done this for many years, and she has grown comfortable telling me many thing. She sees auras as well as spirits (which seem to follow her, and growing up I am sure these are real occurrences, due to my own senses). This is not, however, what this post is about.

Recently, it has come to my attention that my mom may actually have some kind of disorder, namely borderline, disassociative, or multiple personality disorder. I think this because sometimes when we are talking, she will say very cutting things, then claim to have no recollection of these exchanges. Or, she will say something so out of context, and she cannot explain what she meant by it when I ask her. She has also told me stories, some she even told me tonight, about years ago when she would have "black-outs" where she is still perfectly functional, once where the last thing she remembered was driving down the highway and recalls "waking up" parked in a junkyard, with a person knocking on her window, and when she rolled it down, he said "Andy" was ready to talk to her. This is obviously not normal, but she sees no problem with it. Getting a direct answer out of her is very hard. She has also recently been undergoing therapy, recovering from anxiety and depression, but she was also traumatized during childhood abuse.

I ask this of you because she doesn't think anything is wrong and since I have shown to agree with her aura-visions and other things, she now thinks I have changed on her and am calling her "broken", and absolutely abhors doctors... But something definitely seems wrong. She doesn't seem to agree. But half the time, she cannot even recollect what she says. So my question to you, whoever cares to answer this for me, please; am I missing something here? Is there a metaphysical answer for this? I don't know what she thinks about all this because she doesn't seem to have put much thought into it. I want to know if maybe she is doing this on purpose? Because even as her daughter, I cannot tell when she is lying or making stuff up for attention, or whether she really needs help. Again, I will be the first to listen to alternate theories, and non-pharmaceutical treatments if so be it. The last thing I wish is to drug my mom up. I just want her unacceptable commentary and memory loss to stop.

So, in recollection, this may not have been the best site to post this on, but in your professional (and even not so professional) opinions, can I safely say that psychic effects are not involved here (at least NOT in this one)? She has no diagnosis but she claims that her body has done things she did not willingly allow, was not conscious of, and has no recollection of. This happened at varying times over the course of her life, and has started happening in regular every day conversation recently. Did I mention she is doing regression therapy? Please help! I just want to know I'm not being a "bad person" for wanting my mom to get proper help. She has also had many seizures and takes medication for it (though she always seems to forget) and yet, she is not classified as epileptic. I think her seizures and these alter personalities she claims have something to do with each other.

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whitneyurie (1 stories) (4 posts)
 
10 years ago (2009-06-16)
I experience black outs all the time. It's normal for me though because of my thyroid and anemia problems. When my iron is super low, I'll get dizzy and fall, usually blacking out for 5-15 minutes. So maybe she really did experience black outs for a medical reason like this. I also suffer from major anxiety and depression. It sucks big time and I feel your mom's pain. In my opinion, I think your mom will be fine for now, but if things get more extreme, you should try and convince her to get help. Hang in there!
LovelyLeigh (2 stories) (5 posts)
+1
10 years ago (2009-06-16)
You are a good daughter for looking into alternate ways of dealing with what she is going through. It sounds like she has a lot of abandonment issues and does some of these things for attention. I don't want to say that she does all of these things for attention. It is possible for spirits to take control of her body. It's also possible that these spirits can cause her to not have any recollectoin of what happened. That is what multiple personality disorder really is in a lot of cases. You should tell her that you agree she isn't doing it to herself, then tell her that you agree she is psychic. Then tell her to put a shield of white light around herself, and not allow any negative spirits around her. It seems to me she has wanted to die for quite some time. So you are partially right that she does this for attention, and partially wrong. She is very lethargic too isn't she? She stays in bed a lot? She has to decide that she wants to live, and be positive. Until she does, maybe it will take you leaving for her to realize her own bad behavior. That is how it works in a lot of people.
PathR (4 stories) (1245 posts)
 
10 years ago (2009-06-16)
A Diet of whole organic foods can help support the body.
Vitamins/Flaxseed oil/borage: do research and align with any meds or hormone supplements she may be on with consent of dr.
If you have noticed personality changes,
See if your mom will make you medical power of attorney. This allowes you the right to know medical information with her consent so you can get a clear picture. You could meet with her dr and possibly see if meds can be adjusted if memory/personality loss is showing. See if you can find a support group for seizures and abuse. This will help support you as well as your mum. Best wishes
TTopsycho (1 stories) (2 posts)
 
10 years ago (2009-06-16)
I'm just 14 and I don't know a lot.
But to me she is acting like she is being controlled by spirits that follow her. Some spirits can enter and control a human body.

They usually enter the body from either fingernails or foot nails (especially the toe nail). If this is true, try squeezing your Mom's toe nail or her fingernails when she is acting like she is someone else. If something odd happens (she could either go mad or recover back to normal) that means that some spirits are controlling your Mom's body.

Spirits have many reasons why they control humans body. These are 2 reasons that I know:
1. They don't like how human act and treat them and their world.
2. They really like and love a human so that they always want to be with them.

Well if your Mom is always followed by some spirits, I guess the spirit likes your Mom.

Well I'm not really quite sure about this, but if your Mom is acting strange, does her voice, movement, eye glance change? Because if it does, I'm quite sure about all of this.

Well if any of this didn't work, I'm so sorry and hope your Mom gets well soon ❤
Jess_19 (6 posts)
 
10 years ago (2009-06-16)
hhmmmm I agree if she can not see there is a problem, yes it is sad, but you have to live your life too. I know this sounds silly but I thought tumor? Or mild personality disorder, does she have panic attacks? Split personality is very very very rare, if it even exists, movies have made it seem like a more common occurance than it actually is!

Does she have impulsivity in at least two areas of her life? That are potentially self-damaging (e.g., spending, sex, substance abuse etc: difficulity controlling anger? Self harming behaviour? Then maybe persoality disorder, personality disorder people try to avoid real or imagined abandonment, but with her past abuse traumas this could be the case.

post traumtaic stress disorder (but this would be a very delayed onset), anxiety disorders or even mild schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is possible:. Characteristic symptoms: Two (or more) of the following, each present for a significant portion of time during a 1-month period (or less if successfully treated):

Delusions
Hallucinations
Disorganized speech (e.g., frequent derailment or incoherence)
Grossly disorganized or catatonic behavior
Negative symptoms, i.e., affective flattening, alogia, or avolition.
Look into Schizoaffective disorder perhaps? Or even Dissociative Amnesia due to the black outs and Depersonalization disorder that explains some behaviour. But you are not a doctor and you are doing the best you can!

Hhmmm I'm not sure but if she has been to see a psych then they should have been able to diagnose her, regression therapy does not seem like a good idea especially due to her behaviour. Her behaviour is worrying! If she becomes/or is a danger to herself or others then you can have her committed but she really needs see a counsellor and a psychologist. I'm sorry this is long, but there is only so much you can do, you have to look after yourself and she needs to get help for herself, something feels a bit off to me. Be strong and positive.
PathR (4 stories) (1245 posts)
 
10 years ago (2009-06-16)
MejinkGen I truly feel for you.
Please make sure you take care of yourself and also take trips away from home, possibly move out if possible.
Living with a person whom has suffered abuse, anxiety depression can bring weight on the people they live with, it can be a complex world for loved ones that you describe! I asked one of our doctors whom works with seizure patients, "stating seizures, can cause memory loss, no recollection of previous conversations, so can medications over a long period of time. It is true psychic people can also have depression/bi-polar/Adhd etc. But a doctor would have to diagnoise. Wishing you well
AnneV (4 stories) (1036 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2009-06-15)
You've listed seizures, regression therapy, a recovering depressed and anxious person, medicated, blacks out, and who knows what else. This woman obviously has both physical and mental issues.

But she's also an adult. As a friend and relative, you can offer advice, but in the end, she runs her own show, just as long as she doesn't hurt anyone.

Since you are now "grown up" do with her what any sane adult would do with a person like this. If she treats you badly, tell her to stop and if she doesn't stop or doesn't agree that she's doing it, then remove your presence from her life. If you don't, it makes you as unbalanced as her for enduring it. Any person with self respect won't be treated poorly, whether that's by a relative or a stranger.

It's not your problem or responsibility to force her to live the way you want her to. Go mind your own life and let her live hers. If she is okay with blackouts and wants to regress her life away, that's her deal.

Anne

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