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Kai36chambers

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Do any of you dissociate in any way wether depersonalization or derealization? And If so do you think the use of substances makes it worse?

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    • Bernie7

      752d

      yeah similarly to some commenters I had my first DPDR experience when I smoked weed sooo

    • Bernie7

      752d

      yeah similarly to some commenters I had my first DPDR experience when I smoked weed sooo

    • Donnysaur

      762d

      Weed sent me into a panic spiral where several mental health issues I had were brought to the forefront for the very first time, and I haven’t been able to shake them since. I think weed can be helpful in specific individuals, but it ruined my life lol.

    • Taylortot

      762d

      We’ll for me they do alcohol is usually okay but something like weed is very triggering especially since mine happened during a time where I was doing drugs

    • gothie

      764d

      honestly it depends i’ve used lsd and it made me feel more intact with everything but it only lasted a little bit so short term yeah but i don’t recommend it

    • avswe

      765d

      yes substance makes it worse; especially hallucinogens and weed

    • mia_lillliana

      765d

      i have depersonalization and derealization constantly for the past almost year and yes i definitely does for me atleast depersonalization derealization can also be caused by substance use

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