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Hey all, I hopped on the DPDR train in November of 2017 from a pot brownie overdose. It is now February of 2019 and I have been recovered for almost a whole year. I don’t remember what it’s like to have DPDR, but I just remembered this site because I pulled an all nighter and it gave me a similar feeling to when I was in the midst of DPDR. I’ve been hammered almost every weekend and smoked a few times since, and I’m glad to say that it will not come back. DPDR is literally just anxiety and overthinking. Now I still deal with anxiety on a regular basis just like everyone else, but it returned to my normal level of anxiety before I tripped on that brownie. I never go on this site and won’t for a looooong time, just wanted to give an update and say IT IS 100000000% “CURABLE”!
 

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Thanks for the post. Congratulations on freeing yourself. Unfortunately for many it is not just anxiety and overthinking so I would contest that point, it is often damaging to people who have been suffering for many years. But there are options available and it’s imperative we explore all of them.
 

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Glad to hear you are better. However if you are susceptible to this I would strongly strongly urge you to avoid weed at all costs. I think some people are genetically or neurobiologically predisposed to this. If you get it permanently from here you will never forgive yourself. At least stay clear of skunk as I am sure the high THC to low CBD ratio is what caused this for me
 
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