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Taylortot

582d

Hi My name is Taylor I go by she/her pronouns 💕. Also I’m new here so sorry if idk how anything works lol But anyways recently my derealization has been getting more constant, usually I can “snap out of it” by doing something that engaging or something that I like. Like playing the guitar. lately it’s so frustrating though . I’ll even respond to people and be aware that I’m zoned out but I really don’t care or have the energy to socialize I feel so numb but I’m aware of what’s happening :/.

    • lilypetal

      581d

      Hey:) I relate to this hard, sometimes it happens out of our control, was there something that triggered it? Sometimes when we’re more anxious than usual it gets triggered for longer- if anything u aren’t alone, it’s lowkey a scary feeling but to get out of it I’d try to ground yourself n do things that help bring u back- if u have a therapist talk to them abt it as well, I’m here to talk too so don’t be afraid to message me

      • Taylortot

        581d

        @lilypetal Thankyou for this :) 💕 I do have a therapist and I’m planning on talking to her I’m just nervous to say anything but I will try!

        • lilypetal

          581d

          @Taylortot It may be out of your comfort level to mention it but I think it’s really important to tell your therapist bc they understand and can help u the most, u got this<3

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