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Prison and Tulpas

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Jimmy put a nice point about brutal rape as I am also interested in the results or effects of tulpa-host interaction and post-creation trauma and will frame someone for murder to help with the getting-to-prison process. Any volunteers? Also...

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I think solitary confinement is for prisoners too violent to be kept together with other inmates? So unless you're some sort of psycho killer, it may be a little difficult to get into solitary confinement. Another reason you would be put in solitary would be for suicide watch. I don't know about you, but I wouldn't try to kill myself just to get in. Because what if your faked suicide attempt succeeds?

 

And while solitary confinement may be conducive to forcing, it also has detrimental effects like memory loss and difficulty with concentration. So the disadvantages cancel out or even outweigh the advantages (what's the point of good progress if you can't remember it?).

 

 

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i feel like a tulpamancer might be significantly more resistant to the effects of solitary confinement especially if the tulpa is mature and they can communicate well. i mean you still talk and socialise (yea i know there is still mixed thoughts on this but bear with me) and iv read during a war (idk which one) soldiers were encourage to imagine their house to cope with the trauma of capture and questioning. so a well developed, immersive wonderland should save you a bit. however paracosms are links to delusions and escapism/dissociation so be warned. overall i think u would have a FAR better time than anyone else

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I don't think it's a good idea to be in isolation for long periods of time, even if you are a tulpamancer. Both of us wonder if tulpamancy treats excessive loneliness, so people don't hurt as much doing day to day things. However, even though most tulpamancers are used to the idea of being surrounded by headmates, they would still feel a huge difference going from lonely to having no one around ever. Tulpamancers may last a little longer than singlets, but ultimately I think they too will cave. When they cave really depends on the tulpamancer and how bored they are.

 

As for the original topic, we never went to jail. However, sometimes Cat doesn't want me around in stressful situations, so it may depend how much help I can offer. Not having any privacy is going to create a lot of stress.

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Jack London has authored a wonderful book on the subject of being in solitary confinement. The Star Rover, 1915.   Fun to read and quite provocative. Dr. Bob

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Ive been in prison before, this is when my tulpa had another name, Marisa. I was in rikers island C75 and I was in incredible pain and suffering due to withdrawing from a combination of xanax, a high dose of clinical methadone(the most terrifying withdrawal), and a small aftershock of crystal meth. I was not in jail for drugs, mind you.

 

Marisa had shut up completely when I first went in and I didnt hear from her until I got better. Which is to say until they gave me my clinical methadone dose after 5 days off stringing me out on cockoroach infested cells and getting in 3 or 4 fights, and they gave librium for my xanax withdrawal. The first sound I actually heard was my own laughter when I was dosed - I was laughing like a madman. Then marisa came on a second later, and I said "you sly girl, you skipped the whole thing... I really frickin needed you I was about to kill myself" and all she did was say "so?" with a grin

 

she disappeared again after that, I was still subject to withdrawals since I wasnt using as many drugs on the streets and they were trying to transfer me upstate(for felons, mind you) so they were also lowering my methadone with intensity. There were days when I found a pen a notebook only to write MARISA I LOVE YOU I NEED YOU COME BACK TO ME PLEASE I NEED YOU I LOVE YOU. I was clearly going mad, and also very bored. The inmates we alright in main, i only got in like one fight while there, people would mostly ask me why i slept all day.

 

 

Anyways after I left and my charges were vacated, I look through my notebook and see how many time I called for marisas help. She gave it to me sometimes, and after prison we had a much different relationship. And I tweaked her name.

 

This was years ago... but I tweaked her name again and sort of gave her a rebirth trying this whole tulpa thing that Ive been trying for almost 10 years. Best I ever got was a servitor that was a librarian of my memories. I rebirthed marisa and am trying to have her start over...

 

Anyways point is, if you go to prison your tulpa might abandon you because of the stress, I know mine did. But Im ok with her about it, I dont blame her.

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Well... I think it wouldn't be any trouble... but I would recommend to shelter them on your Wonderland, as prision can be hard. The tulpa wouldn't suffer physically, mind you, but watching you suffer would make a toll on them.

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