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#13 DP boy

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 06:09 PM

heyy howlong did it take you to recover from DP

#14 mancalledpete

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Posted 28 June 2012 - 01:43 PM

Great post... Some really lovely thoughts. Thank you.

#15 Nikorii

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Posted 13 July 2012 - 06:04 PM

'When your starting to reach the point you want you may be a little confused by the emotions you havent felt in so long, but that passes quickly."

What does this mean exactly? I've been obsessing about not not feeling love for my boyfriend when I know I love him more than the world.. :((

This is my problem: http://www.dpselfhel...-the-recovered/

please help

#16 katiej

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Posted 29 July 2012 - 12:20 PM

Did u have bad existential thoughts ?

#17 aries1

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Posted 31 July 2012 - 06:06 PM

all the advice here amounts to diddly squat,go out socialise for example saying to yourself im going to ignore this this aint gonna get over you,dont know what made ur dp go away but it certainly wasnt this crap talk

#18 onlygirlintheworld

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 12:55 AM

Pfft..you're gonna be fine, God is smiling upon you. Call this stupid, but I noticed the number of views was 777 and the first comment I saw was yours. Now, why 777?
7 is for God. there's 7 heavens, 7 types of angels. 7 3 times, 3 for God, Jesus, the holy ghost. 4 is the number of the earth. 4x3=12 1+2=3.
Call me weird, but I do believe it will give you and the person below you some luck. Just don't doubt.
It could be a coincidence, yep, but it could also mean something.
God bless.



This made me smile :) I have ocd an I'm like that with numbers too lol, oh an I was born on July 7th :) lol x

#19 Dean1991

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 11:24 PM

i totally agree , i am also on recovery , had dp for 1year and half now , finnaly starting to make my symptons go away , like u say slow but with a optimistic mind and alot patient it goes away

#20 Dean1991

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 11:25 PM

i totally agree , i am also on recovery , had dp for 1year and half now , finnaly starting to make my symptons go away , like u say slow but with a optimistic mind and alot patient it goes away

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Posted 31 October 2013 - 07:40 PM

Hi, iv been experiancing dp for about 4 months, once I figured out what it was and realized I wasnt dying lol I was able to stress less, but I cant get it off my mind. The last two days have been much better in the sense that I felt more "alive" and starting having small positive feelings but its now fallowed by strange depression and wierd feelings and sensations, but they go away after a bit. Iv read some negative things that I cant get off my mind now such as, that u can never get rid of dp that you can only learn to deal with it, and that thought discourages me alot. Did you really get it to go away, like you dont have it at all anymore? And if so how long did it take you to do it, im trying really hard to hang on and I know the feelings arent real, but when that depressive feeling kicks in it becomes tremendously diffacult to stay possitive even though I know I will not EVER kill myself, but I am terrified that it will not ever stop. I quit drinking and I dont take my painkillers for fear that it will make it take longer to go away, and the last two days iv felt much better but that depressive sensation kinda reverses the progress iv felt that I made, where should I go from here?

#22 ravenexcore

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Posted 31 October 2013 - 09:02 PM

So I take it that means you got yours to go away?

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Posted 31 October 2013 - 09:13 PM

Mine started after I took some tramadol for my back but ended up thinking i had overdosed and was going to die, I wont ever make that mistake again, so if im succesful in beating my dp than I doubt I will experiance it again....I have little to no stress in life but my one true fear is of dying, so I know that fear and thinking I was gonna die is what started it, it feels like im getting so close to beating it but when I wake up the next day and feel free, it starts up lightly again and then depression will hit for a min and then go back to mild dp, do u think im getting close? And if so do u have any advice to help me seal the deal?

#24 ravenexcore

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Posted 31 October 2013 - 09:44 PM

The only thing I can think of that I havent resolved is my fear of after death, I honestly cant think of anything else in life that upsets me like that does and i believe that is what started it. And on the therapy note im screwed cause im broke and insurance wont kick in till jan 1. But yes I have become afraid of feeling this way




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