anonymous asked:

There have been a lot of asks on dislocation or something? I'm still not exactly sure what that is. Is it like in a panic attack and suddenly you don't feel connected to the world? Please explain. Thanks :)

Hey anon,

I believe you’re talking about dissociation. Dissociation basically entails a detachment from the world. This can be a detachment from your surroundings to detachment from your emotions and feelings. Some types of dissociation include feeling disconnected from the world, feeling like you’re in a dream, daydreaming, highway hypnosis, feelings of floating outside of your body, and what’s known as dissociative amnesia, where you can’t remember what happened while you were in a dissociated state.

Dissociation can be normal, but is more common during periods of high stress and anxiety or in people who have experienced trauma.

Most people experience some sort of dissociation at some point, such as highway hypnosis, and this doesn’t indicate a disorder. However, more extreme symptoms like dissociative amnesia or more chronic instances of dissociation can indicate a dissociative disorder.


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anonymous asked:

Symptoms of dissociation/derealization?

Hey there lovely,

Dissociation tends to be where we ‘lose control’ of ourselves. I occasionally dissociate, mostly in times of stress/anxiety and it feels like I am no longer in control of myself, like I have taken a passenger seat and I am just watching what is happening through my eyes but I can’t actually control what it is that I am doing, I just watch. Derealisation tends to be where you don’t feel real, feel like things are a dream or that you or other people/other things don’t exist.

This is an excerpt from the website about dissociation, I would really recommend you visit the website [source] to read even more about types of dissociation and what it means.

“There are five types of dissociation:

This is when you can’t remember incidents or experiences that happened at a particular time, or when you can’t remember important personal information.

A feeling that your body is unreal, changing or dissolving. It also includes out-of-body experiences, such as seeing yourself as if watching a movie.

The world around you seems unreal. You may see objects changing in shape, size or colour, or you may feel that other people are robots.

Identity confusion
Feeling uncertain about who you are. You may feel as if there is a struggle within to define yourself.

Identity alteration
This is when there is a shift in your role or identity that changes your behaviour in ways that others could notice. For instance, you may be very different at work from when you are at home.

Dissociation can affect your perception, thinking, feeling, behaviour, body and memory. If you experience a dissociative disorder you may have to cope with many challenges in life. The impact of dissociation varies from person to person and may change over time. How well a person appears to be coping is not a good way of telling how severely affected they are.

The effects of dissociative disorder may include:

  • gaps in your memory
  • finding yourself in a strange place without knowing how you got there
  • out-of-body experiences
  • loss of feeling in parts of your body
  • distorted views of your body
  • forgetting important personal information
  • being unable to recognise your image in a mirror
  • a sense of detachment from your emotions
  • the impression of watching a movie of yourself
  • feelings of being unreal
  • internal voices and dialogue
  • feeling detached from the world
  • forgetting appointments
  • feeling that a customary environment is unfamiliar
  • a sense that what is happening is unreal
  • forgetting a talent or learned skill
  • a sense that people you know are strangers
  • a perception of objects changing shape, colour or size
  • feeling you don’t know who you are
  • acting like different people, including child-like behaviour
  • being unsure of the boundaries between yourself and others
  • feeling like a stranger to yourself
  • being confused about your sexuality or gender
  • feeling like there are different people inside you
  • referring to yourself as ‘we’
  • being told by others that you have behaved out of character
  • finding items in your possession that you don’t remember buying or receiving
  • writing in different handwriting
  • having knowledge of a subject you don’t recall studying.”

The rest of the booklet on that website is really informative and detailed and I would really recommend it! If you are struggling with episodes of dissociation then I would really recommend that you see a doctor, because although they can stand alone, they are often a symptom of something bigger, so it is always worth getting it checked out!

Take care
- Adrienne



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but after hearing that spiel for so long, you start to believe every symptom you feel is just a result of you overreacting. you start downplaying your mental illness at the cost of your own wellbeing. and sometimes you start hating yourself because the symptoms are eating away  at you but surprisingly, not at your NT friends,” ]]

  • non-violent psychotic person:*is wetting the bed at night from terror and is passing out during the day from intense, frightful delusions and hallucinations*
  • neurotypical:clearly you chose this illness. you are evil. psychotic people are a menace to society, and we should lock them all up and/or weed them out of the gene pool. also, if ever you encounter a homeless person, and they say something confusing or weird, they're probably crazy. you should incapacitate them, and get out of there! crazy = killer, so any violence against a psychotic person is, no matter what, self-defense. also, they're all lying about their abuse stories. also, little psycho, you obviously blacked out then did something evil that you don't know about hahahaha, even though you had multiple witnesses around at the time, I know you hurt someone.
  • me:could you maybe talk about things in a more medical scientific way? could you maybe realize that this sort of issue means we need extra care, and medical care that's not violent, abusive, or condescending?
  • neurotypical:no! unlike every other sickness, psychotic people inherently need more pain, degradation, and condescension for their treatment. don't ask me why though please! psychotics are our monsters. we can treat them as less than human, because we are the good people! duh!