An inspiring story of determination and hope in the face of darkness. Glenda gives a glimpse into her life journey with her voices.
In her insightful blog Lilith talks about gender identity and hearing voices, and the techniques she uses to manage them. If you enjoy reading Lilith’s blog, you may like to watch this video of Lilith talking about her experiences hearing voices Gender Identity and Hearing Voices, Lilith’s Story.
Katie describes her experience of hearing voices when she is manic or depressed.
Laura talks about living with her voices and the journey that lead her start talking about her experiences
Charlotte talks about her journey with schizoaffective disorder. Starting from when she first experienced her delusions at age 14-15, to now, as she seeks help from a local mental health team.
David tells of his experiences hearing voices in prison.
Juno talks about hearing voices while still in school and having to take his GCSE’s while in the hospital. He discusses what it feels like when people are scared of him because of his mental health.
Brian describes his road to recovery. Of hearing negative voices and what he has learnt from the experience.
Eleanor tells of her experience of being drugged, sectioned and labelled schizophrenic when she first started hearing voices. See how she fought back. If you enjoyed reading Eleanor’s story, hear her speak here.
Elyn Saks shares her powerful story of coping with schizophrenia. She implores others to see people with mental illness clearly, honestly and compassionately.
Corina tells her story about living with a range of character hallucinations, including one man who she calls Drop Dead Fred.
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