I've been taking 20 mg lexapro, 200 mg lamictal, and 2 mg of Klonopin. It's the best combo I've found for myself, in my 20 years of dp/dr.
I'm going on twenty years with this, and I remember life before DP/DR. I remember feeling 'alive'. I'm just being honest when I say I've accepted this as permament. Thing's without a doubt get better, but it's still there. Everyone is different though, so if someone can completely recover from this that just proves a point that it may not be permanent.Nabber..
Dissociative disorders have a very high recovery rate. Why would you say "I've accepted the fact that this is permanent?" Is it the dissociation you're talking about when you say it's permanent?
Someone recently on dpsh said their therapist told them their dp/dr was permanent (I can't remember who it was). If a therapist said that to me, I'd walk out the door and never go back. Find someone who knows their stuff, not some fool who makes up their own truth to hide their inadequacies.