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Does anybody with DP feel any of this?

*Your life is a PlayStation VR video game and you are part of it?

*Your life is a fix fate destiny all that stuff

*You worry what your brain will think next and worry how the mind works?

*You feel Your life is a video game and nobody else's life is real like you have a life and see people however you feel nobody else is actually living and anybody living experiences there own "VR" video game or movie of life?

And if so can anybody give me any advice on how I can feel better?
 

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I definitely worry about what my mind will do next. It's seems like my mind with think whatever the hell it wants without my conscious control. I can't seem to get it to do what it needs to do.
 

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Does anybody with DP feel any of this?

*Your life is a PlayStation VR video game and you are part of it?

*Your life is a fix fate destiny all that stuff

*You worry what your brain will think next and worry how the mind works?

*You feel Your life is a video game and nobody else's life is real like you have a life and see people however you feel nobody else is actually living and anybody living experiences there own "VR" video game or movie of life?

And if so can anybody give me any advice on how I can feel better?
You are referring to the classic DP/DR thing of feeling like you are observing your own life from the outside or a new perspective....Basically the detachment makes you feel like you are watching youself or life around you as if watching a movie or like you said playing a video game...

The best way to deal with this is to simply take part in everyday things like you normally would pre DP....You then become distracted or engaged and your mind becomes less aware of the "observing from the outside" sensation and as a result things feel more natural....

Sitting alone bored is the worst thing you can do for this....Because it allows your mind to start wandering....A hobby that engages and fascinates you constantly works wonders for this.....If you are doing stuff that constantly bores you or is a chore you are basically gonna "tune out"

And that " tunig out" is actually us disscociating........

I think all mental health sufferers need to find their passion in life after they improve and pursue it until they exit this world...
 

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Eddy1886 that was beautifully said and smoothly said. Explained a lot on why it took me so long to get better with my dp dr as I quickly recovered over summers in my life having fun but for the first time during a school year when I induced it from weed it’s taken about a year to revive probably because school is boring and UNBEARABLE to have when you have dp. Makes more sense now ..
 
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