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I have had DP/DR for 12 years and have found ways to recover and thrive again

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#1 Montrocious

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Posted 14 July 2020 - 08:33 PM

I have had DP/DR for 12 years and have found ways to recover and thrive again. I will be doing a video series on youtube discussing, first what dp/dr is, the symptoms that it causes mentally and physically, what makes dp/dr worst, the best diets to be on, the best routine to have in life, and other non-medicated ways to deal and recover from this rare condition. The link to the first video will be below. If you have any suggestions on what should come next in the video series, please let me know. This is for us ladies and gentlemen, I want to make a videos series that any of us who are suffering from this condition can go to to feel comfort and start on the road to recovery.

 



#2 Where

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Posted 15 July 2020 - 01:27 PM

This video is interesting, informative, and easy to watch. I hope it goes into recommended videos and autoplay. I'm looking forward to your upcoming videos and I hope many people from DPSH watch them.

Some suggestions: the audio is a bit unbalanced and the bass seems to be blowing out if that's the right word. About depersonalization's rareness, 'rare' is relative, and there are many possible reasons clinicians neglect depersonalization. Schizophrenia is thought to be in about 1% of the population, but I think clinicians are generally readier to identify and treat it.





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