Is it analizing when you think of the future and feel like you can't go on?
And with my analizing, my awareness is way high, so i feel tortured to see,hear,think,feel...etc anything. It's like the opposite of hyperfocus, like non meditated mind, but at the same time that i'm "Too Aware" i'm also numb to everything. I have no idea how that works out.
I call it refelcting, like i'll be "indulging" in something when a miracle occurs and then my mind loses interest or something, cause i "reflect" abck to my "oh thats right, i have dp/dr and i'm anxious all the time, i have no meaning in life and i'm struggling, and now here i go back to my negative perspective.... I woke up once from a nap, and all the world was wonderful, all bright and heavenly, and for the first time in a long time i had a smile on my face. Then my mind woke up and reminded me of my "condtion" and wham! those bugger thoughts just flowed right back into my head, i could literaly feel it. My brain activity must have changed. Less active in the seretonin and dopamine. I wonder if thats why people say i should not label things to myself.
Instead of trying to stop analizing, i'm going to try to sub it with someting else. What does help me, but exuasts the heck outa me, is whenever i get a "what if" thought i start to panic, but then i try to think of an "assuring thought" that, that won't happen.
There's got to be an easier way. I'm afraid if i let go of all my "what ifs"
I'll lose my possitivly creativeness as well.
There goes scrapbooking, giving ideas for parties...etc
Cause i use the same approach with positive creativity.. "what if you make this into this, and do this like this...etc"
I've found my way out before, but it was only temp.
All i had to do was indulge in a perspective i miss as a teen. (i know thats not the most healthy thing to do, go back in your past) but it was the real me back then, and it worked, after an hour of pretending i was talking to some old freinds, i pulled out. I triggered my mind enough to release the anxiety,dp and dr. Life meant the world to me, and i wanted to hold on to it forever.