Tag Archives: Depersonalization

How PTSD Has Changed My Social Life

Another installment to how I’m doing in me recovery! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday! Having a social life and going through intensive treatment of any kind is REALLY difficult. It’s hard to find people who understand what you need and what you’re going through or why you may be acting a certain… Read More »

My Journey With PTSD : Starting Therapy

We’re getting really real here guys. It’s ok to admit that you’re not ok. It’s ok to ask for help. It’s ok to take time off from things to get yourself better. I have fought hard for 14 years and struggled with anxiety, depression, self harm, addiction, panic attacks and more with my mental health.… Read More »

Depersonalisation & GAMING

I’ve noticed a trend when I’ve been talking to people suffering with DPD – there’s a huge gaming community. Could this be having a bearing on DPD for some of us? Is gaming helpful or not? What would you like to see discussed on this channel? What questions do you have about DP? How can… Read More »

Depersonalization & Derealization are only SYMPTOMS.

In this video, I talk about a great book I am reading on PTSD by a lady called Michele Rosenthal (which ties into DP/DR). DP & DR are only symptoms though. Stop wasting your time worrying the detachment and feelings of separation will last forever. DP & DR are caused by trauma or periods of… Read More »

My life with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), Depersonalization (DP) and PTSD

Hey guys! Britney here! Welcome to my channel, here I will be posting videos about my life and how I’m dealing with my BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder), DP (Depersonalization) and PTSD. I hope that you will find this not only informative but inspiring as well! Please feel free to share your story and remember YOU… Read More »

Depersonalization, Dissociation & PTSD

It it well known that Depersonalization can be caused by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and un-released emotions. In this video, I talk about a book I’m reading (called ‘The Body Keeps The Score’) and discuss what may be an important aspect of recovery from feeling of disconnect. Subscribe for more video on Anxiety & Depression.… Read More »