i don't really see something positive in having DPDR, but after i got it, i changed my lifestyle to get rid of it, and this was a great idea, and on top of it, it worked.
so, the best of DPDR was not having it, but fighting against it.
i got over this shit by living very disciplined: first i quit my old, very stressful job. then i quit going to parties, i went to bad early instead, and got used to sleeping long. eating very healthy (very little meat, tons of fruits every day, big variation of vegetables, no sweets, no coffee, no stress), 3 times a week doing endurance and athletic sports.
i also got used to relaxing. i drink lots of tea now.
i also lost 10 kilos. so all in all, DP made me a healthier person.
i recovered around 99,99% - i still have DPDR but only very very seldomly, and it fades as quickly as it came. so i didn't want to come back to this forum, because i thought that i already spent enough time thinking about this shit and that i rather would like to enjoy my life. now i am back, but only because i am curious. it's sad that still at some point the same people hang around here. although i am cured, i still know how DPDR felt. if i could help somebody recover, i would be glad, but i won't hang around much.