From the post you just wrote earlier today, you were still trying to figure it out. Link to the post you wrote earlier today is here: http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?40216-EMDR-Therapy&p=1139847&viewfull=1#post1139847 I can see from that post and your earlier posts on this thread that this is quite a puzzle for you, trying to figure out if you have more than one mental illness and you want to share this information of how puzzling you find it to figure out which mental illness you have or if you have more than one and if you might have them at the same time. You stated something similar about wondering how many mental illnesses you could have at the same time on this post: http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?40216-EMDR-Therapy&p=1137973&viewfull=1#post1137973 and on this post: http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?40216-EMDR-Therapy&p=1138078&viewfull=1#post1138078 last week, which Lotus and I already answered. I am sorry you feel that referring you to speak to your own psychiatrist about your diagnosis makes you feel unsafe, but in actual fact, it is for your safety that I urge you to speak to your psychiatrist about your questions or confusions about your diagnosis and treatment. That is who diagnosed you, not anybody here. You said you have been diagnosed with at least one mental illness, maybe more, and are under a professional psychiatrist's care. That is your safest option and you should contact your psychiatrist about your concerns. Your psychiatrist is the licensed professional responsible for your care.