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“Depersonalization Dude’s” Recovery System
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What do Depersonalization and Derealization Feel Like?
Depersonalization is the feeling of having a detachment within the self, regarding one's mind or body, or being a detached observer of oneself. It's often described as feeling as if you are watching yourself on a video camera. Other feelings that often accompany Depersonalization are anxiety, light sensitivity, emotional numbing, loss of personal identity, brain fog, and difficulty concentrating.
Derealization is an alteration in the perception or experience of the external world so that it seems unreal. One may feel as though their environment is lacking in spontaneity, emotional coloring, and depth. It's often described as feeling as if everything is only a "dream world", and nothing is real.
What We Know
Almost half of the adults in the United States experience at least one Depersonalization/Derealization episode in their lives, with 2% meeting the full criteria for chronic episodes.
Depersonalization disorder was first described in the late 19th century.
The average onset age for Depersonalization and Derealization is 16.
1 in 3 patients who have a life-threatening or terminal disease are prone to having brief attacks of Depersonalization and Derealization.
Women are 2x more likely to suffer from Depersonalization Disorder than men.
Right now, over 200,000 people are suffering from Depersonalization and Derealization in the United States alone.
Depersonalization and Derealization usually devlop as a way of dealing with Trauma as the result of things such as panic attacks, combat, car accidents, natural disasters, sudden loss of a loved one, mind-altering drugs such as marijuana and ecstasy, or long-term physical, sexual, or emotional abuse.
In fact, up to 66% of people who experience a traumatic event will also suffer from some form of Depersonalization and Derealization. 30% of war veterans are believed to be suffering from Depersonalization and Derealization disorder at any given time.
43% of the survivors of a natural disaster report feeling emotional numbing, one of the common feelings involved in Depersonalization.
Depersonalization and Derealization are almost impossible to describe outside of metaphoric language.
Because Depersonalization and Derealization are so hard to objectively define, they are often misdiagnosed or confused with other problems.
In times past, it has taken the average person 11 years to get an accurate diagnosis of this disorder. This has led to incredible frustration and confusion in thousands of people seeking help.
It is more likely for someone to have additional episodes of Depersonalization if they don’t seek out treatment for their first bout with this disorder, even if the feelings initially go away on their own.
Whether you have just developed DPD, or have had it for years, today is the day to begin the journey of recovery!
“I’ve had DP/DR for several years, will your course still help me recover?”
Yes. Whether you have had DP/DR for 20 years, or 20 days, this course will provide everything you need to recover as quickly as possible!
“Does the amount of time I’ve had DP/DR determine how long it takes to recover?”
No. Most people have an elongated recovery because they lack an effective strategy to overcome DP/DR. Or, they have yet to be properly diagnosed with DP/DR so that they can begin recovery. Once you begin using the proper strategy, everyone can recover in a reasonable amount of time if they put forth enough effort and have patience. What’s important is that we don’t put a time frame on recovery because it can be different for everyone.
“Is it possible to fully recover from DP/DR 100%, or will I always feel the symptoms?”
Absolutely! Recovery will usually begin with smaller and then larger amounts of relief over the course of weeks or months. However, if you continue to identify the drivers of DP/DR in your life and use the tools in this guide to help you eliminate them, you will eventually find DP/DR is completely absent from your life. The good news is that it doesn’t take long for you to experience enough relief from DP/DR to where you can begin living your life as normal again. A full recovery is the ultimate goal, but you will feel so much better once you start going a good part of the day, week, or month without feeling DP/DR at all during the recovery process! The key is to start the journey so you can get your life back!