After a month inside of the psychiatric ward. Eve had changed. She learned how to pray more to God.
Her faith in God became strong. When she closes her eyes at night to sleep, she always dream about heaven. Angels singing and walking to a stairways going to heaven. She was at a moment of peace while she was dreaming. And each time she wakes up, she wishes to stay in her dream. She is too tired of her life. Of all the sins she have made. Of all the people she betrayed and all the lies she tried to cover up. But why is she like that? She knows within herself why, but she never believed with the reason behind why.
The day came again when she is finally going home. She will be free again. She will be with her son. And she will be with her husband. She will be a good mother. A good wife and a good person again.
She joined a dance class to cope up her delusions and in that way, she could express herself through a dance and move on from her past. Soon she turned much better.
But how long will she "being better" last? Will she do the same mistakes again? Until when will she become like this? Do you think she will still change? Maybe you are wondering why Eve is like that. You know why? "Because Eve never existed... Vivian Adams was her real name"
Eve was the twin sister of Vivian inside herself, and she doesnt know what to do because she was born that way. It was never her fault why she keeps on commiting sins because she can not control herself. Vivian Adams was diagnosed "nymphomaniac" with bipolar disorder. It was part of her system. According to science!
Bipolar disorder (also known as bipolar affective disorder, manic-depressive disorder, or manic depression) is a psychiatic diagnosis for a mood disorder. Individuals with bipolar disorder experience episodes of a frenzied state known as mania, typically alternating with episodes of depression.. Bipolars has two identities
At the lower levels of mania, known as hypomania, individuals appear energetic and excitable and may in fact be highly productive. At a higher level, individuals begin to behave erratically and impulsively, often making poor decisions due to unrealistic ideas about the future, and may have great difficulty with sleep. At the highest level, individuals can experience very distorted beliefs about the world known as psychosis. Individuals who experience manic episodes also commonly experience depressive episodes; some experience a mixed tape in which features of both mania and depression are present at the same time. Manic and depressive episodes typically last from a few days to several months and can be interspersed by periods of "normal" mood.
Current research suggests that about 4% of people experience some of the characteristic symptoms at some point in their life. Prevalence is similar in men and women and, broadly, across different cultures and ethnic groups. Genetic factors contribute substantially to the likelihood of developing bipolar disorder, and environmental factors are also implicated. Bipolar disorder is often treated with mood stabilizing medications and psychotherapy In serious cases, in which there is a risk of harm to oneself or others,involuntarily commitment may be used. These cases generally involve severe manic episodes with dangerous behavior or depressive episodes with suicidal ideation There are widespread problems with social stigma, stereotypes and prejudice against individuals with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. People with bipolar disorder exhibiting psychotic symptoms can sometimes be misdiagnosed as having schizophrenia
She was also a nymphomaniac-a woman who has abnormally excessive and uncontrollable sexual desire.
Hypersexuality is extremely frequent or suddenly increased sexual urges or sexual aciivity Although hypersexuality can be caused by some medical conditions or medications, in most cases the cause is unknown. Mental health problems such as bipolar disorders can give rise to hypersexuality,and alcohol and some drugs can affect social and sexual inhibitions in some people. A number of theoretical models have been used to explain or treat hypersexuality. The most common one, especially in the popular media, is the sexual addiction approach, but sexologists have not reached any consensus. Alternative explanations for the condition include compulsive and impulsive behavioral models.
It was all because of the disorder. She got tired of herself and lost hope. She surrendered herself to God. She prayed, and prayed and prayed. After a year, she was hospitalized again.
Diagnosed with hematoma on the brain from commiting suicide, after jumping down from a 6th floor building. She was at the age of 26,that time when she died.
What happend to her soul? Where did she go? Heaven or hell? We do not know. It's up to you to think where.
"BUT ONLY GOD CAN JUDGE"
Hidden mysteries behind this woman... Horrific stories untold soon to be revealed... It was either "a paranormal activity" or maybe "psychosis".It has been an issue about science and religion. No one in this world can ever explain between a psychiatrists and a priest who have trained to expel in evil. As you scan the next pages...
First let us pray...
Saint Michael, the Arcangel, defend us in battle; be our defense against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray; and do thou, O prince of the heavenly host, by the power of God thrust into hell satan and other evil sprits who prowl about the world for the ruin of souls. Amen.
Hidden mystery to be revealed on the next pages....