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Dissociation

So I was watching the movie ‘Click’ the other day. For those of you who haven’t seen it, Adam Sandler plays the lead and it’s about this universal remote control that controls his life. He can pause, rewind, skip chapters, go to any time in his life, and fast forward. The fast forwarding is the part that got him in trouble. What happened when he fast forwarded was he would be on “autopilot” mode. He would still physically be at the event he skipped, but his mind wouldn’t. He would still talk to his loved ones and coworkers just like he normally would but he would never remember the conversation. And then, over time, the remote started to reprogram itself based on the things he fast forwarded through regularly. It would start to automatically fast forward through certain things.

To me, that is what dissociation feels like. I just felt like this was a really good way to explain it to somebody who doesn’t have bpd so I just wanted to share.