I'm not new to this board. I joined a long time ago. But I rarely come here, or read the posts. So forgive me for not being supportive. Part of the reason why, is because I have severe Rheumatoid Arthritis and in Feb. 2015, my meds failed. It has taken that long to get something working again.
So time to deal with something else?
I am having real issues right now. The worst is being hyper vigilant. I'm at a point where I am afraid to move. I can't get off the computer, because everything triggers me. I'm afraid to be alone, I'm afraid to be with people.
I really don't know much about this. I just know that I have been through a lot of trauma, and I thought I came out the other side pretty well. Wrong! I don't have anxiety or panic attacks, and I am not depressed. I am just frozen.
So let me know a bit about this disease. I read there are treatments on another thread? Should I go to therapy? What if I can't remove the triggers?
Thanks to this sort of newbie!
Does anyone have ways to cope with depersonalization because is hard to walk around feeling like your not a n your body at times
Hello friends,I'm just doing some reading and came acorss this....A child who is scapegoated by a malignantly narcissistic parent actually has no ‘parent’ in the true sense of the word. He faces an adversary where biology tells him to expect an ally. More insidiously, a child is prone to believe their parent’s cruelty is their fault. So, the child earmarked for scapegoating faces one...