A Few Pointers

Members of Inter Voice

I, and the neighborhood in which I live, are experiencing a noticeable drop in the screaming done by the families stalking me.   And that’s great.

But, I am beginning to notice their increasing hostility over being ordered to stop screaming and within the next week or two, I’m sure they’ll be back up to full tilt screaming.

But before that happens, there are a couple of things I want to pass along to other people, like the ones in the photograph above who are living with hearing voices.

Those things are:

Stop being scared that you’re losing your mind.  You are not.  No, someone else has and unfortunately, they were either born that way or intentionally raised that way.  Their insanity is NOT your fault.

Listen.  Stop being scared of the voices and LISTEN.  What are they telling you to do?  Who are they telling you to hurt?  What are they nagging you about? What upsets them?  What causes them to attack you?  Are they inside your head constantly or is it at certain times?  Like when you’re out in public?  When you’re with someone important to you?

My voices, the people stalking me and psychically stalking me were always belittling me.  As in, I was dumb.  I was poor.  I was a fat Black girl.  I was ugly.  I didn’t know how to pick out clothes. I couldn’t sing.  I couldn’t cook.  I couldn’t get a job.  I couldn’t hold a job. I couldn’t get a boyfriend.

After a while, and my umpteenth firing, I sort of settled down and began to enjoy being unemployed.  Because they always dragged regular people into bullying me when they weren’t allowed on a job site.  So, as a way of alieving boredom, I started to listen.

I learned that, ‘everything I did was wrong.’   It didn’t matter one bit what it was I was doing, if I was doing it, it was wrong.

But then, I began to notice that there were a lot of other people doing it wrong, too. For example, If I’m the only one in the world who has to use the toilet, then why do they have so many of them?  If I’m the only one in the world who loves wearing red, then why do they make so much of it?

Begin to take notice of the people around you.  Don’t get paranoid about it.  But take note of who’s around you.  Who are you seeing all the time?  Who’s smiling in your face.  , but watch who’s following you.

Unfortunately, include your family and their friends in this.   I didn’t do this and it was a critical mistake.  Because I later learned that members of the families stalking me were making friends with and even sleeping with members of my family.  And that, gave them credibility.  Which they used against me.

And finally, even if you repeatedly see the same people where you shouldn’t or suspect family of collaborating with the enemy, treat them respectfully.   Don’t let the onus be on you.

PS:  To the Maywood Police: While most counselors and therapists are not doctors, all psychiatrists are doctors, i.e. Rush Medical Center.  And they take the Hippocratic Oath just like any other doctor, which does not allow them the privilege of lying to their patients.

If their patient is being stalked, they don’t lie to the patient and tell them they’re not being stalked.  What they will do, is give their patient a set of skills to help them cope with the stress of being stalked.  Mine said to write about it.   And, I did.

And secondly, why the hell would I want to talk with someone, family included, who’s bent on convincing me that I’m imaging being stalked and lying to me about it.  That also included you.

Eliza D. Ankum
Author of
Flight 404 – A Novel of Aviation Disaster
Ruby Sanders (The Ruby and Jared Saga Book 1)
Jared Anderson (The Ruby and Jared Saga Book 2)
Ruby and Jared (The Ruby and Jared saga Book 3)
OneThreeThirteen – A Presidential Agent Novel Series Book 1
The Hunt For Red November  A Presidential Agent Novel Series Book 2
Dancing With The Fat Woman
Thou Shalt Eat Dust – A Second Chance Love Story
Eleanor Grunsback – An Ugly Woman’s Love Story
A Woman’s Voice: A Little Book of Poems
STALKED! By Voices
A Tiny Kitten With A Big Mouth






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