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Hey everyone, :)

I have a question about something I'm dealing with.

I've not been diagnoced with DP, but I think I might have it because I've been experiencing elongated perods of emptyness, foggyness and frequent moments of emotional pain, for the last few years.

I was wondering has anyone here ever had an issue with saying something they think they mean but later on they realized what they said was inapproprite they really didn't mean it at all?

This has been causeing a load of life problems lately and I was wondering if anyone could help or share some of their own experience of doing this sort of thing if anyones else here has done this before.

Edit: I've just been kicked out of my own house by my parents because of this.
 
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You weren't very specific, but if you mean that it's really difficult to express yourself correctly with dp, then yes. If your parents know you have dp, they should be told what the symptoms are. Many people don't understand how complicated behaviour is. You might need to find a way of explaining that they can understand. Or a therapist or a website. Are you really kicked out or are they just angry?
 
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I wrote one of my friends a letter saying I didn't know how to keep on being there friends. This was a very close friend as well.

Later on I thought back on the letter and I found myself at total disbelief on how I could have possible wrote such a thing, and how I could have felt so right about doing it.

One thing led to another and eventually I got accused of being abbusive to my friend. And I got kicked out for the night.

Me and my parents have talked, and for now I am back in.

Has anything kind of like this happened to anyone else?
 

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Vrolae said:
I've not been diagnoced with DP, but I think I might have it because I've been experiencing elongated perods of emptyness, foggyness and frequent moments of emotional pain, for the last few years.
These symptoms could be caused by a lot of things.

Your parents kicked you out over a letter you wrote to your friend?

Yes I have said/done things and completely believed they were right and then later was like what the hell was I thinking. I think that's normal.

You probably had good reason to think of ending the relationship, but then realized it wasn't as serious as you thought? Perhaps it was out of anger?
 
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