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Calcifernight

708d

What is the best way to get back to "normal" after a depersonalization event? I can't help but remain fuzzy minded afterwards

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    • PuddingStone

      706d

      totally fair! What works for some people might not work for you. Do you have a special object maybe? A stuffie or blanket or something? Maybe those will help

    • PuddingStone

      706d

      totally fair! What works for some people might not work for you. Do you have a special object maybe? A stuffie or blanket or something? Maybe those will help

    • PuddingStone

      708d

      I'm not entirely sure I am thinking of the same event as you but when I get fuzzy and feel like I'm not in my body I tend to put on comfort clothes and watch a comfort show/movie. Maybe drink something familiar and warm like tea. It gives me something not overwhelming to concentrate on and I feel comforted as I come back into my own head

      • Calcifernight

        706d

        @PuddingStone the warm tea does help some but the comfort clothes aren't as great with it for me though

    • Chan135

      708d

      Wanting some more info on this also for I have episodes every time I try to leave my house. Definitely desperate at this point for any tips and tricks!

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