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1. you know the reality, the 3d view, and the usual sense of self and everything else. otherwise you wouldnt feel weird because there is a comparison. this is the biggest prove for you have still those functions and just because you are PERCEPTING differently we are complaining.

2. it is not that you have lost those abilities. your brain is trying constantly to get into the normal state and everytime there is a repetitive trigger maybe just for a half second where the mechanism sets on.

3. depersonalization and derealization, the essential symptoms (feeling like in a dream and loss of sense of self and personality) are definitely and 10000 percent not an illness. it is not something you can directly influence by horse shit like tms or meds. what the meds do is just playing on the underlying issues, so the defence mechanism changes its dynamics.

4. every other symptom like blank mind, emotional numbness, and elsefuck are by-symptoms coming from the reaction of our mind to the symptoms. therefore not everyone does have the same symptoms, simple because everyone is reacting differently on various things.

5. after many many years of research and journaling, i did my decision. the only way to get out of dpdr is to completely forget it. even the name. brain is plastic, you can train everything. and before my friends come with i have done that it did nothing, you should not forget it to get cured. you should forget it to really forget it. there is no magic switch. everyone who recovered completely tells that it is so subtle that you dont notice the process of recovering at all. and i myself know this as well from experience in the past.

do what you want with this thoughts.

disclaimer: im not a doctor or a therapist and i didnt want to sell you a e-book or try to heal your asshole
 

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3. depersonalization and derealization, the essential symptoms (feeling like in a dream and loss of sense of self and personality) are definitely and 10000 percent not an illness. it is not something you can directly influence by horse shit like tms or meds. what the meds do is just playing on the underlying issues, so the defence mechanism changes its dynamics.
So you are saying that DPDR cannot be influenced by medicines, but at the same time you do say that it has an effect, even if it is only "playing on the underlying issues". There are reports (I mean studies) of people getting better (not 100%) using some treatments. One could argue that this isn't the right strategy, that it doesn't solve the real problem, that it's dangerous, but at least you have to acknowledge that medication does have an effect on DPDR, right?
 
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