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My Thoughts on this Forum!

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These are my thoughts on this Just a bunch of People feeding off thier own misery .... We can never get better if we just stay on this forum and just read other peoples thoughts on life and how it sucks. Staying on this forum will turn anyone insane what you have to do really is find out who you are and make up some help for youself. Get the fuck up off your asses and do somthing rite now rite this instant do something never let yourself be Lazy Never let your fall into total misery about ur life and how much it sucks. Never think about all the bad things in ur life all the people u hate dont let them win you. You are a Human Being wit life u are not a wondering soul. Fight the power, Fight this fucking disease. Dont let it win you. Enjoy your life instead of pondering in ur misery. I HAVE DONE THIS AND IT HAS WORKED OK ? IM DONE WIT DP I DONT HAVE DP ANYMORE FUCK IT ITS GONE FUCK YOU DP FUCK YOU MOTHER FUCKER ! DIE BITCH DIE ! MOTHER FUCKER DIE HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAAA I AM THE KING OF THE WORLD. POST POSITIVE FIGHT THE POWER NO NEGATIVE JUST POSITIVE. I LOVE YOU ALLLLL WE ARE SOOO SPECIAL :p :p :p :D
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Dear Johnny U.,

Yup it's difficult to make generalizations. People come and go on this board. The original DP Board started in 1997 I believe. I found it in 1999. I have had chronic DP for most of my life, no let up for about 30 years and I'm 46. And it was an insidius part of my life from early childhood along with anxiety and depression.

When I first found this online (I had just gotten onto the intermet and the first word I searched for was depersonalization). It was the first time I found I wasn't the only person in the world with this.

I've met, in person, many wonderful people from this board. A few are good friends to this day.

I'm trying to say, some come and go. Some have gotten all the info they want/need, all the support, and move on. Others come back when things go bad, or when they have something great to report.

It is indeed a matter of balance, but the degree of DP/DR, the severity, varies with each individual here. THere are also many who have full lives, jobs, families, who continue on with chronic DP or episodes of it over the years.

I don't think many, if any, here are wallowing in this illness. But you make some good points. It is best to try to get out into the world and live as normal a life as possible. But here is where you can find people who TRULY understand, as no one else can.

A long-time DPer, who never touched a rec drug,
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