The real disservice is exercising ideas that DP/DR is not understandable and not treatable because it is.
It is very much understandable and treatable.
Im not trolling, silly.
You want to hold on to your belief that DP/DR is very chronic and not treatable and severe and all of these things to justify your own suffering. You are identified with it. It is your excuse for being afraid or for being weak or for having a hard time.
IM simply inviting you to toughen up and to make your self healthy and to drop the idea that you can drop DP/DR all together and this makes you mad and desperately want to defend your opinioin.
I think you should let it go man, and move on with your life. Why not? What would be stoping you?
Please remember that I am well experienced with DP/DR. I know all about it. I know it inside and out. Ive experienced the worst of it for 3+ solid years with years of
residue from it.
Sorry man, move on with your life.
See, you're making wild assumptions here. You seem to assume that I'm squirming in anguish from my "DPDR" on a daily basis. This isn't the case. I don't give a damn about it at the moment, for example. I browse this forum like any other forum. I'm not here for consolation or to commiserate. I've already applied your so-called cure for years.
I've "just lived" for years, and yet the symptoms remain constant. You're trying to push your "one size fits all" approach to every person here, without realizing that:
1. not everyone might even have the same ailment because everything hinges on subjective verbal descriptions. What does, for example, "I feel spaced out" even mean? It could mean a million different things to different people. Also, many people construe "DPDR" as a kind of existential obsession problem, while others construe it as a collection of perceptual anomalies. Who's right? I'd say the perceptual camp is right because what is the difference between DPDR and simply obsessing about something otherwise? Where's the confirmation that subsuming these people under the "DPDR" category collectively is correct? What's DP, and what isn't? It's all just based on verbal accounts, and that's anything but reliable. This doesn't stop you in pushing your conjectural nonsense, however. You seem to think that you KNOW everything. No, you don't.
2. it may very well be chronic, at least in the sense that while it may not be incurable, the cause will never be found. You seem to be living in an universe where the mind is some magical source of infinite power that can cure anything in the body through sheer force of will. Sorry, but this isn't how this universe works. If you have an organic cause, for example insulin resistance causing diabetes, no amount of willing and hoping will do anything about it. Similarly, if your DPDR symptoms have an organic cause, no amount of "just forget about it, bro, and live!" will accomplish anything, other than perhaps help you cope with the symptoms.
I'm really, REALLY tempted to drop an ad hominem here, but I'll resist this time.