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This book led me to recovery and I believe it can do the same for others. Don't give up hope, recovery is possible..
Just know that it's a process and for most people that recover it takes time. Your road to recovery sometimes may feel like small steps but things will improve if you work on them. You can get your life back. You've got this!
 

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This book led me to recovery and I believe it can do the same for others. Don't give up hope, recovery is possible..
Just know that it's a process and for most people that recover it takes time. Your road to recovery sometimes may feel like small steps but things will improve if you work on them. You can get your life back. You've got this!
I have read it and it didn't really resonate with me. A lot of information was interesting but I could not relate to most the exercise they offer. It felt very disconnected to my actual experience.
 

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I have read it and it didn't really resonate with me. A lot of information was interesting but I could not relate to most the exercise they offer. It felt very disconnected to my actual experience.
then, i actually think that you dont have dpdr at all.
 

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I have read it and it didn't really resonate with me. A lot of information was interesting but I could not relate to most the exercise they offer. It felt very disconnected to my actual experience.
The authors are the leading doctors in the field and they believe in general most sufferers of depersonalization disorder will respond positively to Cognitive behavioral therapy. Personally I got the most from the cbt and mindfulness exercises. They’re are a lot of different ways to recover though keep working at it!
 

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This book led me to recovery and I believe it can do the same for others. Don't give up hope, recovery is possible..
Just know that it's a process and for most people that recover it takes time. Your road to recovery sometimes may feel like small steps but things will improve if you work on them. You can get your life back. You've got this!
Will have to check this book out. It seems there's not too many successful books out there, according to what ppl say and reviews.

Anything helps when you feel like this for days and days: some reality where no emotions flow.

Tinnitus
Anxiety
.....and so on.
 
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