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PositiveThinking!

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#283142 Hellowz

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 29 March 2013 - 12:54 PM

Yeah I remembered how I used to think when I still had this, I visited the forum and wondered about people who left, who never came back to tell their story, if they recovered or if they just got used to it, there were even threads created to discuss that and I always kept this "promise" that I would come back and let the community know how I feel right now, well I feel awesome, not even sure when I last posted here and it was kind of a miracle that I remembered to come back and post this, there's not much I can say though, my advice was always the same and it still is, I followed my own advice and it went well so I assume it could go well for others as well but who actually bothers going through a strict diet these days? Or exercising often? Or even getting out of the house... all I know is that my self-esteem was extremely fucking poor when I was here and had DP/DR, felt like I had to come and cry to the forums everyday about something new, just to think of that makes me feel sick, I know that I needed it back then but now it terrifies me to think that I actually did it, in the end all I can say is that having DP/DR makes you a completely different person with attitudes you would never have otherwise, so keep it cool and do something about it instead of coming up with new things to complain about everyday




#269792 keeping head/hands dry = less DPD

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 28 October 2012 - 12:05 PM

I remember being so DPD and anxious that I wasn't able to go in the shower for like 2 days, it didn't make it any better plus I can't go days without showering, doubt anyone can and to be honest it feels so fucking good to take a cold shower


#269491 Anyone got some inspiration for people? Post here.

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 24 October 2012 - 11:46 AM

Never thought I'd say this but I've never felt better, also I don't feel like I belong in this forum anymore, I kinda force myself to stay to try and help people but most of the posts I come across I just feel like people are plain stupid, anyways keep fighting soon you'll feel like you don't belong here at all, also hope that you're stronger than me and feel like you really have to get away from here instead of helping everyone


#269455 Do you consider yourself a "controlling"?

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 23 October 2012 - 07:48 PM

I do and I have realized that a few months back, it's probably a big contribute for my DPD and it is something that needs to be changed at any cost


#269397 A little bit of your time please

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 23 October 2012 - 12:41 PM

especially when there's no cure.

You sir are pretty much wrong, didn't even care to read the rest


#269255 drank too much last night...

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 21 October 2012 - 01:23 PM

I agree with the second post rofl


#268246 i want to stop taking antipsychotic sycrest and i'm not taking it by 15 d...

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 10 October 2012 - 05:17 AM

hello i made my mind definately and i want to stop taking drugs.i talked to the psychiatrist asking the safe way to stop taking those and he said " do what you want i don't care".so i decided to take 1/4 less of 5mg sycrest every week,redusing by 1,125mg every week.after a month,i stopped taking everything for 15 days.today is the 15th day. what will happen of actually bad beside return of symptoms?will i get a lock ?any damage in any part?anything i don't know?


I used to be on Risperidone and Zyprexa, was on it for quite a while until people around me realized I was only getting worse, I ended up realizing it as well and stopped taking it by myself, didn't really go back to the psychiatrist, probably because he would have said he wouldn't care as well, that's exactly how it goes in Portugal. I was doing acupuncture back then and my acupuncturist sort of "helped" me getting out of the medication, been out of them for more than a year and it was probably the best decision I ever made


#267653 What were you like before DP?

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 04 October 2012 - 11:41 AM

I was really happy when I was a kid, after my parents divorce I started pushing people away, like a lot mainly because people kept getting attracted to me for some reason, pushed everyone away, so I'd say I was worse than I am at the moment, now I'm willing to accept people in my life, take care of myself and stop caring about what's wrong with me and focus on what I could be doing to move on with my life


#265709 Life must go on!

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 20 September 2012 - 02:24 AM

We have our misfortunes
The darkest of days
We must endure and keep strong
Just look to the morning
The promise awaits
And know that this life must go on




#265325 Christmas with DP

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 16 September 2012 - 02:06 PM

I spent the last 3 christmas, birthdays, new years just... undescribable to be honest, the joy you feel when it's a new year, something that cannot be explained or expressed at any other time of the year, well that joy does die I'm sorry but when it comes to honesty count on me, birthdays aren't that cool anymore I'd say and I never really cared about christmas, the only thing I really wish I could celebrate properly is the new year ;_;

Do not give up though, everything gets better eventually


#265208 Stairs

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 14 September 2012 - 06:21 PM

Just wondering, when your DR is really high or just medium whatever, do you struggle going up the stairs?


#264982 Horror

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 12 September 2012 - 12:40 PM

No idea to be honest, I've always loved horror movies, it's the only genre I enjoy and it stayed that way


#264826 Feeling different

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 10 September 2012 - 03:29 PM

I feel like I'm recovering but I can't be sure. My emotions are coming back, my personality is coming back, I feel like I'm 16 again but in a 25 year old body. It's unsettling and I feel hungover. I thought recovery would be like entering heaven and bliss and love and all that. But apparently this 9 years has taken it's tolle.


It probably feels weird after being stuck with this for years to recover, still you can handle it be strong :D


#264811 did we choose to have DP\DR?

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 10 September 2012 - 01:08 PM

I did not.


#264793 COMPLETE CURE OF SEVERE DPD

Posted by PositiveThinking! on 10 September 2012 - 08:29 AM

Dafuq