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Hello everybody! ;-)

Does anybody know how Harris Goldberg (director of the DP-inspired hollywood-movie "Numb") recover from depersonalization disorder?

I know he overcame his DP, but how did he do it? Did he take medication? Did he see a therapist?

Thanks for your help!

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DPD is DPD. It does not matter if it was triggered by weed or by something else. Therefore you can't say that weed-triggered DP is cured differently than non-weed-triggered DP.

And btw, I don't believe it was simply time that cured Harris Goldberg's DPD.
 

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Hello everybody! ;-)

Does anybody know how Harris Goldberg (director of the DP-inspired hollywood-movie "Numb") recover from depersonalization disorder?

I know he overcame his DP, but how did he do it? Did he take medication? Did he see a therapist?

Thanks for your help!

JottEff
I thought he never fully recovered but lived his life with low level chronic DPD. But I could very well be mistaken. I hope it is true that he fully recovered, could you share where he states that he "fully recovered from depersonalization disorder" that would be great to hear. Thanks
 

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In a german book about depersonalization disorder by Matthias Michal, the author mentions Harris Goldberg's movie "Numb" and says that Goldberg overcame the illness. However, he does not mention a source for that statement.

But in the video-interview that "thanksforbeingalive" posted, Goldberg (if I remember it correctly) says that he is cured. But I might have to watch it again.

Why do you think Goldberg lives his life with low level chronic DP? Do you have any sources?
 

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Does he mention what he did in this video? It's very long lol I seem to recall him saying clomipramine helped him and he recommended it to others? I am taking imipramine at the moment. It has been about 6 weeks I think now... slow progress, hard to tell if it is placebo, but I am eating and sleeping better at least. I will update my thread if there are any significant changes

Edit: it was Jeff Abugel that recommends Clomipramine I think he describes it in his book. Getting DP super stars mixed up lol
 
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