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#351064 Lorazepam... Helpful or not?

Posted by beefyflamingo on 03 April 2015 - 11:10 PM

Pretty much what mike said. if nothing else works, they are a last resort. Personally i've had a lot of experience with benzos and abusing them which resulted in things much worse than DP/DR!




#348148 Which Medications have you had success with?

Posted by beefyflamingo on 13 January 2015 - 07:44 PM

i took 500mg of pregabalin the other day, felt pretty decent in the morning.




#348128 Can sensations of dp/dr be compared to feelings of being high?

Posted by beefyflamingo on 12 January 2015 - 07:04 PM

Ketamine is just like a next level intense DP/DR episode. As for weed, yeah. Really really high!




#348107 Part-time job or school? Which is easier to hold?

Posted by beefyflamingo on 12 January 2015 - 11:49 AM

I wish I finished college instead of getting a job, not that it was down to me. Ultimately you have to do what you want to do. Make sure you have fun though man!!!

 

 

I managed to work fine while DR'd to sheeyat!! (stacking shelves :D)




#343265 Internet Trolls Are Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Sadists

Posted by beefyflamingo on 26 September 2014 - 03:32 PM

austin u bastard




#338927 Have you ever had this symptom?

Posted by beefyflamingo on 20 July 2014 - 09:38 PM

You just have to accept that there is a brain inside your head. Its not a bad thing. Sort of like existentialism, so what if we are humans and alive on this planet or what ever. It unsettles you for no reason and you have to just accept it. It shouldn't freak you out, so don't let it. 




#337231 Not coping

Posted by beefyflamingo on 29 June 2014 - 01:23 AM

We've all been where you are now, you have to be strong and it DOES GET BETTER!! You're in hell now, but it wont get any worse and you will discover your courage, and you will learn great coping skills from this. There aren't much harder things in life than coping with derealization. You've got this whole forum for support and remember, IT IS NOT PERMANENT!!! YOU WILL RECOVER!!!




#336831 How can I get my mum to understand DP/DR?

Posted by beefyflamingo on 24 June 2014 - 07:36 PM

cheers guys, but ive decided to make some brownies and take her down with me 

 

JOKING OFC :D

 

I think getting her to read some articles or a book is the best way to go. THANKYOU




#336636 Help Please? :(

Posted by beefyflamingo on 22 June 2014 - 01:59 PM

I like you being optimistic. Can you please tell me how do you cope with depression?I mean I m still thinking how this could happen to me?I used to have such a normal life and so on.Thanks

There are loads of ways to cope and treat depression naturally, the way I coped myself is helping people. At every opportunity i got, i would be completely selfless and it really worked. Making other people happy really made me feel good about myself, like I had purpose and i was making a difference positively. 

 I also embraced a bunch of buddhist teachings, really good way to find peace is BUDDHA, especially regarding DP/DR.

The main thing you have to do, is put a fuck load of effort in, thats the most important thing. 

 

 

 

Also: 

Exercise

Socialising meeting new people

Meditating

New hobbies (and old ones)

A NEW LIFESTYLE!




#336630 Help Please? :(

Posted by beefyflamingo on 22 June 2014 - 01:25 PM

I've had dr for 13 month induced my xtc... Your going to go down a path that could take you some time... After about 5 months is when I realized that I won't progress into recovery unless I find hope... Find hope in recovery forms, relationships, job, and hobbies. First few months are the hardest but every day it gets better little by little <3

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Well said the first months are the hardest, took me a month to leave the house, and 4 months until i found some peace. REMEMBER IT WONT LAST FOR EVER!!!!

Think about how strong this experience will make you. I'm sorry you've had to go through this at such a young age, but you will learn amazing coping skills from this experience and you will grow into a stronger person!! Try to leave the house as much as you can, its scary going to familiar places with dp because it looks so strange and you're not used to being there with dp/dr, but you gotta go there man! you gotta leave the house and go to the shops and shit! You CAN FUNCTION with DP! Just take baby steps and you will learn this to be true!

 

Feel free to message me if you need any advice!




#335225 Aerobics: a DP trigger?

Posted by beefyflamingo on 04 June 2014 - 09:20 PM

Yeah exercise releases lots of chemicals and hormones. The body sees exercise as a stress and releases cortisone, but regular exercise decrease this effect.

 

I too get worsened dp/dr and worsened visual distortions after working out, its not bad enough to stop working out.




#334958 How to Clear Your Mind - Breathe Easy... Just Be!: Infinite Waters (Divin...

Posted by beefyflamingo on 02 June 2014 - 07:18 PM

Seems like this might have been posted before, but Jordan Rsn shared this with me and I found it inspirational.

 

 

 

 

 

Check out his channel too, great shit.




#334307 Low Dose Naltrexone - MiketheAlien

Posted by beefyflamingo on 26 May 2014 - 05:58 PM

Safe one mike this is well interesting mate!!




#333954 Having Fun With Panic Attacks: Elliot Hulse Video

Posted by beefyflamingo on 22 May 2014 - 09:04 AM

 

Thought this was pretty helpful and wanted to share the video and his channel with you ALL!




#314285 A big fear of mine.

Posted by beefyflamingo on 28 November 2013 - 12:39 PM

I have the same thing mate. I would be writing a college essay and forget to spell "media" or something and I would think its my brain degrading. You just have to realize how stupid it sounds, Its gotten better after I started saying to myself "this fear is stupid and irrational, i refuse to fear it anymore" or something along those lines. but you have to actually believe it when you think this, because it IS true.

 

nothing changes over night, it all gets better with time ;)