hey guys so alot of people iv seen have bbeen talking about how they feel like they arnt here or feel right. theres something called depersonalization or derealization its a feeling of being detached from your self like your mind and your body are seperate. iv had it for years, its explained in many different ways descriptions, for me id say my body feels numb, like im watching myself move and hearing my self talk but n ot quite doing it. your ears feel full and everything doesnt quiet sound rite things look weird and fussy in fake you feel almost like your body is made out of paper. like your not realy takeing part in your actions or its not realy real llike your in one big day dream but cant wake up.. iv also had it at times when it is realy bad and its almost like i miss parts of time like im hearing what is being said but im not like it happened but it didnt or like all of a sudden iv been fast forwarded and have woken up 1 second later in woundering what just happened. feeling like your slipping in and out of some weird state of contiousness... its very common with anxiety its like a defence mecanizym sorry i cant spell lol. a way of protecting your self that goes way way wrong and you cant get out of. some people can switch it on and off when they choose to detach from something kinda like meditation. i myself think its kinda from looking inward to much focuseing on ur thought to much and detaching from reality becuase your so focused and consumed with your anxiety that your apart from whats real... anyway hop eit helps some of you. remeber it can be very un comfortable and cuase anxiety butttt it cant harm you at all..
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