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  1. I still wonder the same thing years later ^ So please let me know how I can read the original post I posted.
  2. I hope so too for your own sake. But even if you would have it the same way I do, just know that life will be good either way. <: For me it's no longer a problem and it's not that hard to live with it. Not really. The only trauma I had was the bad trip that caused me to have the hppd and dpdr. Otherwise my life was fine before it all happened.
  3. Because I've had it for so long. And I don't even remember how it feels to be "normal" anymore. This is my new normal. ^^ So I think that the only way I can fix my dpdr is to find some kind of medication that would work for me. But I don't really want to go on medication. I hope that your dpdr will go away too. <: Or that you will at least stop focusing on it and learn to ignore it. Either way you are going to be okay. <:
  4. My dpdr is permanent and I have it 24/7. BUT it is a bit better than in the beginning. I don't get panic attacks anymore and I rarely get extremely anxious because of dpdr. Before I would think about hppd and dpdr all the time, several times a day. But now I barely even think about it, maybe once a day at most, because I have learned to ignore it. It's like, I know it's all still there, and If I focus on it I can still see the visual snow, the breathing walls and that I don't feel like my hands are really mine and that the reality doesn't feel real. But I just don't think about it like 90% of
  5. Hello. Well shit, it's been a little over 5 years now since I got hppd and dpdr. I still have both 24/7, but I am in a much better place now. I don't obsess over it every day as I used to do the first 2 years; where I would think about it constantly throughout the days. I just learned to mostly ignore it, even though I know it's there. I just wanted to make a post and say THANK YOU to this page and all of you who calmed me down the first day and the first year of this shit. I really needed support from people who were going through the same thing as me. And you gave it to me.
  6. Hello. It has been 5 years now and no, I still have both. Sorry for the late answer, I rarely come here. <:
  7. What does it mean that a post has been promoted to an article? How can I read my old post? o:
  8. Hello everyone. <: I have had HPPD and DPDR for 3 years now. I have afterimages at daytime, but they get so intense at night. Like three or five times as strong as daytime. It legit feels like I am tripping, high or am drunk as fuck. Anyone else here that experience such a drastic change from daytime to nighttime? (It has been so since I got the disorders, so it's nothing new to me. Just curious.)
  9. Stimulatingdistraction, damn. I am so sorry for such a late answer. Just saw your message. :c Such a slowpoke I am. I don't hang here so often anymore because I try to keep myself away from everything hppd/dpdr related. I come back rarely in periods just to feel that I am not alone. Today is one of those days. Hahah. The thing about the memories.. They feel kind of foggy and distant to me. I mean memories from before the "bad trip". At this point in my life, almost a year after my trip, I don't remember how my life was before. :c I don't remember how it feels and how "normal" people see li
  10. Chris, thank you for your answers. c: Damn, it seems like I need to go to the doctors if I want to try out medicine that actually may work for me. :/ I'll maybe do it in the future. And btw, question number 2 is so serious it can get, actually. You can't walk around fearing life all the time. I am ready to take risks sometimes. Risks worthy taking. Breast augmentation is something I really want and have wanted for 3-4 years. I simply have a passion for big boobs. It might sound strange to you, so you are free to think of it as you want. You have your own opinion. c: Jay, oh, okay. Then I nee
  11. Hello there! My name is Natalie. <: This will probobly be a long post. Simply me writing down my feelings and stuff. Just felt like I needed to warn you guys. <: I apologize for my english. Here it goes: I rarely visit anything hppd and depersonalization/derealization related nowadays. I stopped when I discovered that overly attachement to this kind of forums made me more depressed. It was like a reminder of my problem. Always hanging there. I just wanted to forget about everything. And now it's almost a year since that terrible trip on cannabis. It doesn't feel as a whole year
  12. I meant.. That you overanalyze the taste. And that is is weird.. To eat. Strange. If you concentrate in "tasting"..
  13. I hate the feeling of being so deattached.. Do you experience some strange things when you eat or feel things?
  14. I think that my HPPD got worse too.. now when I think about it. It probably did. :c But the feelings of DPDR are brootal.. much more worse than before. :c Now I have the thought: - What if I am in coma and this is a dream? :c But I know that it's not true. But the feelings are horrible.. When I speak I sometimes.. very often.. think about what I am saying.. and realize how strange everything is. That the voice comes out of itself. :c Can't really explain. Gah.. :c So scared.
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