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#1 Zpgrimm

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Posted 25 January 2021 - 02:12 PM

Hello All,

 

Has anyone found with their DP/DR that nothing at all is interesting? I know that this is probably because of my depression, but I just cant wrap my mind around it currently. It seems like everything that i used to enjoy and love is non existent now. I even have been having the thought that the things I once like a dumb/stupid. I love ice hockey and before this DP/DR episode used to play once a week and was crazy about watching games. Now I just dont get it, I dont get anything anymore, EVERYTHING just seems so bland 24/7. This is really scaring me. Thanks for listening to me ranting.

 

Thanks,

 

Zach



#2 forestx5

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Posted 26 January 2021 - 08:02 AM

I kept doing the things I enjoyed, simply because I remembered enjoying them. I believe you can get most of it back if

you make the effort to remain engaged and be patient. Pens fan.



#3 lost235

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Posted 26 January 2021 - 09:10 AM

Yeah I get what you mean. I’m currently in a depressive episode + dpdr where nothing feels like it matters. Nothing is fun at all anymore, and nothing is motivating me to try and make things fun. I agree with forestx5 tho, keep on doing the thing that made you happy! It seems like you truly want to want to do these things. If that doesn’t work, try and find other things that makes you happy. But most importantly, accept these feelings. Things are not great right now, and life isn’t the most fun but that’s okay too. Remember that the things that made you happy are still there, they never left. When you’re ready to move on from this shitty feeling you might just appreciate these things even more.
And don’t forget that you’re not alone, these feelings are super normal, probably more normal than you think. Hang in there!




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