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Re: mild form of Negativism like that of Schizophreni?

Posted by alexandra_k on September 16, 2013, at 1:26:07

In reply to mild form of Negativism like that of Schizophreni?, posted by Omidak on September 15, 2013, at 12:38:20

is it maybe a form of self stabotage? i wonder if i have that, sometimes. sometimes i think i do get this kind of apathy or loss of motivation, too. perhaps even a laziness... but i suspect in my own case it is all tied up in the self stabotage.

i think it is easy to do what one has always done and really very hard to do something different. something new that isn't a habit yet. developing a routines with good things is hard. if you aren't used to doing those good things.

for me... often it is about my not feeling worthy. worth anything. for much of my life i just wanted to curl up and die. part of me thought it would happen if only i could stay there long enough and will it strongly enough. but things always got in the way... bathroom, most notably.

i don't know.

there is oppositional defiance in conduct disorder but i suspect that is something different again.




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