A meme for those who suffer from derealization of all intensities. May you find some laughs here! If you need a shoulder to cry on I'm here<3
It has become increasingly difficult for me to keep up proper management of this blog (for a number of reasons) and though it pains me to do so, I’m afraid i’m going to have to end it.
I won’t delete it if you really don’t want me to, but it will be a sort of “ghost blog” if you will. If not, however, then yes, this blog will be deleted.
So, i’m off to take care of myself guys, and I want all of you to do the same~ Thank you so much for being with me~
I’d only tell someone who was really close to me. Like the closest person to me. The only ohter person i’d tell would be a doc, tbh. At least until I felt I was recovering.
It very well can be, as DR is experienced by everyone at some point in their life, and oftentime saying something to do with reality “I am real/I am not real” will trigger it.
Weed smoking has been known to cause it so yeah looks like it. I would first stop smoking just because it’s the root of the problem, and then talk to your therapist about it, and hopefully then you can get rid of it!
Good luck friend!
You’re so very welcome friend!!!! You made my night~
I’ve had it since I can remember as well (and I’m 19! Lol) and though there are times that it gets bad (due to my anxiety) It hasn’t been the biggest deal.
I also think that some forms of DR could be viewed in a spiritual light. But that’s just me, and is definitely not true in all cases.
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Sometimes we can only do so much. If it’s bad enough that you are contemplating suicide, I suggest seeing a doctor and trying to get on medicine for it. Often times DR is caused by mental illnesses, so if you have, for example, anxiety or depression, then that is probably the root of the problem. Find the root and pull it out!!
It takes time, but keep your head up, friend, I know you can do it!!
Anxiety and depression can DEFINITELY cause it.
I have really bad anxiety, and I used to have severe depression as well.
Dissociating is more often than not a symptom of mental illnesses or other factors such as that. I’d work on trying to find the root of the problem to help you on your way to recovery~