Different Levels of DR
Posted 19 April 2011 - 07:14 PM
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Posted 20 April 2011 - 09:40 AM
For example, we learn that the sky is blue (much of the time). But how do you know that blue is the same from one person to the next? We don’t… perhaps it isn’t. It is a taught relationship that aids in building the ability to communicate between each other.
Other than the little nuances of language, it is irrelevant whether you call it blue, bleu, azur, glas, kék, blå, 蓝, or син. Any emotions with the word are through life’s experiences – which are as unique as the individual. Then there are remarkable people such as Helen Keller – what was blue to her?
DP/DR/dissociative disorders are unique to the individual. Even the causes are broad. One person can have the hell beat out of them and not develop a disorder, whereas someone can be spoken harshly to and fall apart for years.
The best you can do is find enjoyment in life and to contribute to enjoyment of others. When a disorder interferes, you have to work around it, retrain yourself, start afresh, etc … until something works and life gains hope and satisfaction. It is less of what goes on outside you as it is how you respond to it and feel about yourself.
Wish you success in your efforts
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