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So I've had dp for 2 weeks now, and I've quickly come to grips with dealing with it. I still go outside and I avoid anxious feelings pretty well. At times I feel almost normal, except for my perception of time. Will that get normal with time along with my memories?
 

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Yes, it's virtually impossible to notice something continually over long periods of time. Your hyper-awareness or distorted perception of time (and anything else) will naturally fade away.

If you suddenly started noticing your nose in the center of your vision, or the blind spots in the corners of your eyes, or your blinking reflex, and neurotically obsessed over it, you could keep it in your awareness for a couple of weeks maybe. There's just too much going on around you for you to be able to fixate on one detail or aspect of your perceptions for long, even with all your emotional energy feeding it.

So I've had dp for 2 weeks now, and I've quickly come to grips with dealing with it. I still go outside and I avoid anxious feelings pretty well. At times I feel almost normal, except for my perception of time. Will that get normal with time along with my memories?
 
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