Does anyone have the diagnosis of dissociative identity disorder?
I don't but I have less severe versions of it, called depresonalization and derealizatin, whenever I go through a depressive phase of my Bipolar Disorder. Are you seeking treatment for this. It is a very uncomfortable sensation but it can be treated.
hello. i just joined. a friend referred me as she found this site, etc just by researching online. it's not "official" but have seen a doctor once & he thought i had depersonality order (hearing my symtons of course). i've lived with this almost all my life. it's 24-7. its become normal i guess to me. i'm 36 and last time i felt "normal" (btw, what IS normal lol) was 11-12. i DO NOT recall anything tramautic that happened. two years ago i started to share w a cpl close friends.... thats what opened the door in researching. AND freaking me out. meaning........... i live, i work, i've never really let myself THINK "how" i feel..... when i have.... it can become SCARY. trying to feel HERE when i dont. like a never ending dream. i guess it is surfacing and since it has been ........ i'd LOVE to find people (if any) that have/had gone thru this.... i am TRUELY sorry for writing a book to your post (just realized)........wasn't even going to write but my fingers reacted before brain i guess. so to FINALLY reply..... YES i have.
Nancy, being DID is hard. But I've learned (since my diagnosis) that although treatment is hard to endure, DID is one of the few mental illnesses that can be cured. I pray you are getting the treatment you need.