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Spending to much time on here

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When I found this site I thought wow, this is what I have been suffering from for the past I dont know how many years. What I had been trying to explain to my GP and Family about how I was feeling (without success) was finally here in black and white.

I have now come to the conclusion that It's all to do with anxiety and stress. The DR kicks in when things get too much.

I started logging on everyday just to read the posts for any helpful advice on how to get rid off this thing (DR). I would like to say that a lot off the posts on here helped me, but some of them not so much. ( Like the ones that say "I've had DP/DR for 20 years etc" ). I hope I dont offend anyone, but some of you on here are trying to hard and are going way too deep. The solution I have found is not to look in to things too much. Stop obsessing and paying the dr/dp too much attention. This is certainly the key for me anyway. I have found lately that the less I visit the website the better I feel. Im not saying to leave the site completely, just return to it now and again for some reassurance etc. I have found that I am already getting closer to reality just by doing this and the dr is slowly unravelling itself from around me. The glass pane is cracking!!!
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j_utah said:
i used to be on this board every day under my old name, i was addicted to it, so i had to ask the administor to ip ban me from the site... it worked like a charm and i started to feel much better
Ya, I actually didnt want to do that. I totally understood though. This place can be good but addictive. I would "IP deny" again if asked.

Really, a break from time to time is a good thing. I do it myself every 3 months or so for about a week.

JC, try to take a break and if it doesn't work out send me a PM.
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