Also edit: it's very hard to fight the battle of thinking I am crazy, or not crazy. I always assume I am turning crazy. And then I worry if I am. And sometimes I can't properly make sense of the words I am speaking, hearing. The actions I witness.
Indeed, I do. But as years went on it got worse, due to other situations which threw me off and made me lose my sense of self entirely. Thanks for the assurance, though.You're not going crazy! Depersonalization is an anxiety-induced/depression-induced state of thought and it's nothing to be afraid. Do you know what brought you to this state? I mean, have you figured out what made you depersonalized?
Thanks. I keep to myself, though. I just visit this forum solely for the purpose of seeking answers and help from others. But thanks anyway.Well, if you ever need someone to talk to about it, my message box is always open. I'd love to help you get out of this rut - if you need anything, just message. Depersonalization is temporary, so I wouldn't worry too much.
Which is very polite, so thanks again. I really only ever open up to one individual in my life, and a couple of my friends. Best of luck to you, too.I was just extending myself - I was the same way, but opening up really helped me. Anyway, I hope you get the answers you're looking for and the help you need - cheers! Best of luck.