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#961 Eric_C

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Posted 30 April 2020 - 02:25 AM

Hi Lexi._.guz. I was wondering what they had exactly diagnosed you with if you don’t mind me asking. I have been dealing with dp for almost 8 months now I have bounced between doctors and therapists. I was wondering how the medication is helping you. And what is the medication specifically for (as in is it for another condition such as depression and anxiety that may be causing the dp). And I was wondering if you think it would be worthwhile to try and pursue trying to get a medication for dp. As I do struggle with anxiety already. It may be worthwhile trying. It’s just been hard to find someone willing to deal with what I have and give me solid answers.

#962 CAlicia

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Posted 18 September 2020 - 09:27 AM

I have a wall up from the world.  A wall in my brain that I can't tear down.  Sometimes it's thinner, and sometimes impenetrable.  The thinner it gets, the more emotions I feel.  It's almost like armor.



#963 dissoziation

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Posted 18 September 2020 - 08:17 PM

I have a wall up from the world.  A wall in my brain that I can't tear down.  Sometimes it's thinner, and sometimes impenetrable.  The thinner it gets, the more emotions I feel.  It's almost like armor.

 

This is exactly how I feel with having DPDR.



#964 Psyborg

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Posted 19 September 2020 - 01:38 PM

like shit



#965 bigshowrocky

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Posted 21 September 2020 - 11:43 AM

Like a robot.... I somehow get through everyday but go to bed every night wishing not to wake up. I have had this for 6 years now straight with the odd break here and there. Before that I had it twice and it went within two weeks.... Now I have lost hope of it ever going. I hope we all get better days,

#966 vario

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Posted 21 September 2020 - 12:31 PM

I feel like my feelings don't connect.
Everything I sense just feels confusing to me.
I try to talk but it doesn't make sense.
I hate being around people when I'm dissociating because I feel like I have to hide how I feel otherwise they would think I'm stupid or talk to me about it and sometimes that triggers me.

Suddenly I feel like I switched in this reality from another dimension.
Like I had another body, another life, but now I'm in this reality and I don't know how to function like a human being.
Everything around me seems like a movie I'm watching.
When I look into the mirror, I can see a body that doesn't appear to express the thoughts/emotions I carry inside.

I've had DP/DR for almost two years now.
I felt like I was going crazy.

I hope I will be able to be normal again

#967 vario

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Posted 21 September 2020 - 12:37 PM

I feel like my feelings don't connect.
Everything I sense just feels confusing to me.
I try to talk but it doesn't make sense.
I hate being around people when I'm dissociating because I feel like I have to hide how I feel otherwise they would think I'm stupid or talk to me about it and sometimes that triggers me.

Suddenly I feel like I switched in this reality from another dimension.
Like I had another body, another life, but now I'm in this reality and I don't know how to function like a human being.
Everything around me seems like a movie I'm watching.
When I look into the mirror, I can see a body that doesn't appear to express the thoughts/emotions I carry inside.

I've had DP/DR for almost two years now.
I felt like I was going crazy.

I hope I will be able to be normal again

#968 Danis

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Posted 13 October 2020 - 04:42 PM

For me its good it gives me courage to do most of things like not be socialy akward and btw im 13 now but first time i got it i was like 10 years old And when i was reading about dpdr everyone said you have to be older to get dpdr wich was not a case for me so i lived with it for like 2 years without knowing what is wrong with me but at the same time i kinda liked it i can do anything and just disconnect from universe i felt not resonsable for anything. When i get scared my brain just zones out. Anyone else with similar experience?



#969 Gragzo2

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Posted 13 November 2020 - 04:06 PM

Guys, sorry I don´t want to hurt every one's feeleengs in here, but, what are you talking about? My take on this: calling real world weird lights over the ceiling, or making games about your mind is, IMHO LSD dangerous stuff. "Don´t worry, be stable" is a quote from this site I like. Naive, probbably, but much helthier. About going to sleep at 1:30 am doesn't help; you are not sleeping 10 hours. Try to go asleep 6:00 am; sleeping all night (i.e.) no Sun light sooooooooo nice, 

I am a usual contributor of this site.I am cure from DP since a lot of time, but I silll have fucking DP attacks from time to time. 

A special note: having DP shit doesn´t make you a wacko :)





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