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#261120 Socializing

Posted by insaticiable on 22 July 2012 - 05:55 AM

Socialize, socialize, socialize!!!!

(That's what all the recovered folks advocate anyways).

#261118 Long post

Posted by insaticiable on 22 July 2012 - 05:51 AM

P.S: Thought this was going to be a long post. :P

#260969 dpd and bpd seperate dx

Posted by insaticiable on 20 July 2012 - 06:12 AM

can bpd and dpd be separate problems and separate diagnosis? i have dx of bpd but know i suffer from dpd. derealization is a symptom of bpd but in extreme stress whereas mine is every single day and can be very severe for long periods of time.

does anyone have both diagnosed?

Yes, I am diagnosed with both BPD and DPD. BPD in November 2008 and DPD in February 2010. They can both co-exist at the same time. And yes, ''dissociation'' can be a symptom, although I don't know if they mean depersonalization/derealization as well.

#259623 Please help !! Anxiety, Depersonalization and relationship problem

Posted by insaticiable on 25 June 2012 - 05:10 AM

Once I recover will I get used to the 'not feeling anything' and continue to feel hollow inside because that's the thing I've been used to ever since DP hit me or will I feel again like I used to?

You will feel again like you used to...your emotions will come back again as they were before...and chances are your experiences with DP/DR will seem like all but a faint memory...

#259542 Investigations currently

Posted by insaticiable on 24 June 2012 - 04:28 AM

Yes. King's College in London...done by Dr. Maurico Sierra. I think that is biggest research center for DP that we have right now, could be mistaken.

#259478 DP/DR daily symptoms

Posted by insaticiable on 22 June 2012 - 07:21 AM

Yes, I can resonate with that picture. My visual stuff just makes it seem that whatever I'm looking at isn't really I'm not seeing it almost? Very weird to describe. Hazy, fuzzy, distorted, far away...

#258861 Not convinced that this isn't physical in its origin.

Posted by insaticiable on 10 June 2012 - 05:20 AM

I believe that DP is a psychological issue that manifests itself in physical ways (i.e the vision issues, tiredness, etc). Just my theory.

#258644 Anyone else have a really bad sleeping pattern??

Posted by insaticiable on 06 June 2012 - 05:17 AM

Both of you check out ''Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome'' on Google. I believe we suffer from this.

My sleep schedule is also very messed up. Go to bed around 6 am (can't fall asleep till 8 am) and wake up around 5 p.m Baaaad. There are ways to fix it. Chronotherapy, melatonin, light box, etc. Look these up!

#257944 would going blind stop the DP?

Posted by insaticiable on 27 May 2012 - 05:14 AM

I already feel blind with this shit.

#257820 Hope I'm not here long

Posted by insaticiable on 25 May 2012 - 04:35 AM

I've heard good things about the supplement Inositol by many here who have experienced similar intrusive thoughts. You may want to look into it.

#257641 There is hope

Posted by insaticiable on 22 May 2012 - 06:41 AM

I have a question to anyone who might have recovered - has making a physical change in your life caused you to snap out of it? Such as a change of home or job, or ending toxic relationships?

Yes, I recovered briefly (3 weeks) last April while I was in a psychiatric hospital. Being in a different environment and feeling ''safe'' were the top components leading up to my spontaneous recovery.

#257547 You CAN and WILL get better

Posted by insaticiable on 20 May 2012 - 04:09 AM

Thanks for this. It made me happy to see you so happy. :)

#257326 Looking at old photos makes me depressed

Posted by insaticiable on 16 May 2012 - 06:43 AM

Yep like when people call them "dead fish eyes"

The ''dead fish eyes'' and the forced/fake smile. I used to be able to smile with my eyes...but I can't anymore. I try to though. It's just not the same.

#257319 Looking at old photos makes me depressed

Posted by insaticiable on 16 May 2012 - 05:12 AM

I can relate to what you say. I have done the same thing on Facebook and with photos on my phone.

Same. ^ Depresses me a lot.

Can also relate to the ''my eyes have long lost the zest and sparkle in them'' feeling.

#257315 looking for alien life.

Posted by insaticiable on 16 May 2012 - 04:23 AM

Hi Corrinne,

Welcome. I am sorry to hear about your circumstances and what you have been through, but I want to let you know that you are definitely not alone here. There are soo many people (including myself) that feel as you do. It's definitely not easy to endure, but there is hope for a better and brighter future. I hope you find the support and resources you need on this site.