Posted by coolwhip27
on 06 November 2019 - 04:18 AM
I'm only here to try spread a little bit of what I think is useful in dealing with this disorder. I'm making myself write this, because in some way I feel like i'm just like all of you. I believe that there is some sort of underlying likeness when it comes to people with this disorder. I've had it for 6 years, and I still experience it, but I find myself out of it more often.
My best attempt at a short piece of advice is this: Instead of trying to escape it, don't try. AKA, instead of trying to "maintain" your sanity, or fix your DP, don't. Paradoxically, not trying to escape it might get rid of it.
DP is the illusion. Life is not. DP isn't real. Life is. .
P.S, The artist Eyedea (R.EYE.P), wrote a 2-part song about what I believe is this disorder. Some may disagree. (The dive part 1 and 2)
this is like me too. whenever we feel recovered we feel nervous that dp will happen again.. well realize that nothing has changed and you can still feel fine.. just stop being scared and start moving forward and if dp happens again, its not a huge fall back to step one, it's just a temporary problem until you're recovered again