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Hi all,
I've finally arrived at the realization that my personal battle with de-realization is being perpetuated by learnt behavioural triggers (sympathetic nervous system) and poor thought processes (errors in logic) and not by any organic cause.

So I now find myself on the cusp of recovery but without any means of going about it. Would anyone be able to offer up some insight on how they may have beaten some of the worst features of the DP, namely the 'brain fog' and underlying anxiety?

Many thanks!
 

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Hi all,
I've finally arrived at the realization that my personal battle with de-realization is being perpetuated by learnt behavioural triggers (sympathetic nervous system) and poor thought processes (errors in logic) and not by any organic cause.

So I now find myself on the cusp of recovery but without any means of going about it. Would anyone be able to offer up some insight on how they may have beaten some of the worst features of the DP, namely the 'brain fog' and underlying anxiety?

Many thanks!
 

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Well this post was just about to fall off the bottom of the first page and be forever doomed to an existance as an open question without a reply. I figure I'm either disliked and unworthy of a reply, or there isnt a single member on this board who has found a technique or different train of thought that has been beneificial to combating this disorder. I find the latter hard to believe.

Please people, could someone prove me wrong on both accounts.
 

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Well this post was just about to fall off the bottom of the first page and be forever doomed to an existance as an open question without a reply. I figure I'm either disliked and unworthy of a reply, or there isnt a single member on this board who has found a technique or different train of thought that has been beneificial to combating this disorder. I find the latter hard to believe.

Please people, could someone prove me wrong on both accounts.
 
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There is no technique to this other than what you have learnt. When you find yourself obsessing stop, when you realise you are concentrating on a symptom stop. It is all about retraining your brain to be more interested in what is going on around you than within you. Once you can do that you will find with time that your brain will heal & you will be better than ever.
 
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There is no technique to this other than what you have learnt. When you find yourself obsessing stop, when you realise you are concentrating on a symptom stop. It is all about retraining your brain to be more interested in what is going on around you than within you. Once you can do that you will find with time that your brain will heal & you will be better than ever.
 
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