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  1. Introduce Yourself
    Hi I'm Kiah. I'm a 20 year old uni student. I have a history of mental health problems: severe depression, generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), and dissociative disorder (DPD), all of which I have largely recovered from. Recently, I have been experiencing disassociation socially, with some...
  2. Discussion
    I just wondered if anyone knows of any meet ups that take place in the UK for those suffering with DPD? Although the forum is great, would be comforting to meet up with a group of People going through the same experience. Love and Peace KJ
  3. Recovery Stories
    While I hesitate to say that my DP is in remission, in the past few months I've come to understand it in a much clearer picture. I haven't posted in a while, mainly cuz there isn't much to post. I feel good, I have a great job, a loving boyfriend. My life has finally gotten itself back together...
  4. Discussion
    I've developed an acronym for my core beliefs in recovery from Depersonalization Disorder. I've compiled all of my readings, personal experience, and stories of others to come up with it. Nothing about it is particularly new or shocking, but I think it is a neatly packaged approach that may help...
  5. The Daily Forum
    You're finally holding a "normal" conversation with someone and then things start to seem like they are going in slow motion? Your thoughts are running so fast that you're sure it should be the next day. Seriously wtf? Then they look at you and say those three words that you dread hearing...
  6. Discussion
    Hi everyone, I'm new to this forum. I have been browsing the discussions on here for the past few weeks as my experiences with depersonlization have started to become more frequent and it's really started to worry me. My main concern with my depersonalization is that it only seems to become...
  7. Discussion
    Hey all, I have asked many questions on this forum, and got some great answers. Now I just don't know what to do anymore... In the beginning stages of this illness, I was terrified. My mind raced with questions 24/7 trying to figure out what was going on with me. I felt as if I was...
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