June 9th, 2012
The transition from the horrible excitement of the first year of schizophrenia to the calmer second year was quick. They didn’t end it completely. They kept David around. And some random voices I hadn’t heard before. They started out the new year by running new torture attacks that no longer contained breaks of positive torture attacks in between them. They had promised the torture would continue when they announced the change as they did it. They didn’t mention that it would only be negative torture.
The torture symptoms I had displayed were still there but much calmer and lower rather than the extreme they had been. My family noticed and attribute that to my taking medication for schizophrenics. Not true. I wasn’t regularly taking the medication until another year later.
I was asked by my parents to see a psychologist and take medication for my schizophrenia or I would be out of the house. I had no where to go, no friends no money. So I pretended to comply. Until I did.
The torture group settled into a routine that has only been changed slightly now six years later. It takes them time to do things. It is known. Old torture attacks from my prior anxiety torture phase came back into rotation. They remodeled the schizophrenia torture into a more manageable routine.
It’s probable that the torture group could no longer sustain the high intensity level of torture that they had been doing in this first year. It’s like they ran out of ideas. The end was incoherent too. It had nothing to do with the next years business.