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Please Help, if You Can…
I have bouts where it’s physically painful to listen to somebody near me speaking, or for me to talk, or for someone to touch me. It HURTS.
My Mom and others just think I’m a sore-bipolar girl, and I am, but does that have anything to do with the physical pain?
When someone touches me in one of these bouts, brushing against my arm as they pass by or something like that… You know a sunburn? When someone doesn’t know you have it and slaps your shoulder playfully? That first sting? That’s what it feels like.
When it comes to someone speaking, or some other noise, I can hear the sound bouncing all over the place, so I get a sort of (email removed) echos.
And to speak, my throat aches, and my jaw feels like it’ll fall off, my voice-box used-up like I/m some sort of chain-smoker.
Is this just another symptom of depression, or something more?
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