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Re: have you ever experienced dissociation?

Posted by B2Chica on January 24, 2005, at 9:23:50

In reply to have you ever experienced dissociation?, posted by mmcconathy on January 21, 2005, at 22:31:38

Hey Matt.
interesting how you describe this...i guess i didn't thing of this as dissociation, but i get that fuzzynesss-everything goes foggy and tunnel like but eventually closes over/blurry, all sounds become echoy sometimes slow (if i hear them) and i can't move and just stay frozen like that for a while. It's like i know i'm in there and i want to tell them i'm inside and want to talk but can't (it's happpened during sessions a couple times). mine comes on quick and i can't "shake it loose" but doesn't usually last very long-shortest is 30sec bout, longest is probably about an hour. it's a wierd feeling. i wonder if it's the same? did your pdoc or T tell you it's dissociation?
i guess mine was more of a derealization?? i don't know..there's so many dang terms out there.
-anyway, good luck to you.

> A have been plaged with these spells of just numbness, dream like feeling.
> When you where driving, have you ever zoned out into sort of like a dream feeling, espeically at night? - I usally stay dazed for a period of time, and it is hard to get out of.
> I'm 17 just for info. Alters usally dont happen in adults, so that makes me a little relieved.
> In my mind its like im in a tunnel that very long, i feel isolated in my own self.
> Do you know any advice for this?
> I also do want to hear you's, so speak up.
> Matt




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