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  1. LethargicAcid

    My theory : HPPD is PTSD induced by hallucinogens

    Also, in the link I posted, ptsd sufferers often feel that their nervous system is out of whack which is like how we feel
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    My theory : HPPD is PTSD induced by hallucinogens

    I agree that it’s ptsd like u said. Good post. I think it’s CPTSD which is complex ptsd and the hallucinogenic experience triggered that trauma by a mental breakdown. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.helpguide.org/articles/ptsd-trauma/ptsd-symptoms-self-help-treatment.amp.htm that ptsd article would fit the hppd / depersonalization explanation. I think emdr therapy is a good treatment for it though I’ve never done it.
  3. so i go to intensive group therapy now for mental illness we went over a paper. heres a paragraph:, ENMESHMENT / UNDEVELOPED SELF Excessive Emotional involvement and closeness with one or more significant others (often parents), at the expense of full individuation or normal social development. Often involves the belief that at least one of the enmeshed individuals cannot survive or be happy without the constant support of the other. May also include feelings of being smothered by, or fused with, others OR insufficient individual identity. Often experienced as a feeling of emptiness and floundering, having no direction, or in extreme cases questions one's existence. It's a list of dysfunctional schemas / core values So basically theres a loss of identity, and then the drugs used when aquired HPPD caused a existential crisis from a previous feeling the way that was listed above
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    VIDEO LIVE STREAM - Going to the Doctor!

    cant wait to see this
  5. LethargicAcid

    living in a cell

    living in a cell for a year is what i did with hppd
  6. LethargicAcid

    Can’t handle this much longer

    hey i live in s.d too lol. ~4 years HPPD, yes it can get better
  7. LethargicAcid

    General advice

    IDK what to think anymore I have bipolar or schizophrenia on top of hppd so I can't even tell which thoughts are my thoughts. Coming to this website is trippy
  8. LethargicAcid

    well being

    Well since being on this website last, I have felt apart from myself and barely able to leave the house because of mental illness. Kinda going insane for some reason. Feels like stuck in limbo. This website has a cool vibe to it so it helps me feel better I'm gonna try to post some helpful commentz
  9. LethargicAcid

    my success story

    it feels so good to not have DP and all that crazy ass shit going on !! gona expand on this post later ill give u guys the cure in a couple days!
  10. LethargicAcid

    my cure: rough draft

    message I sent to Jay: a sort of organized Rapid Eye Movement in waking state practice exercise, a special form of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy(CBT) that I made up kind of like hypnosis/hypnogogia focus exersize that I made up/induced upon myself from taking acid in jail a few weeks ago I invented a new thing a cure for hppd but since I found the cure, you don't gotta take acid or anything to practice the exersize
  11. LethargicAcid

    100% ***** RECOVERY STORY *****

    to have emotion and feel like life
  12. LethargicAcid

    The Long and Winding Road

    ive reached a stage of enlightenment.
  13. LethargicAcid

    The Long and Winding Road

    ^ its like being stuck in some limbo where there are no transitions and everything blurs into one another, and one sees the world from a different angle I managed to come all the way back. thru holistic medicine, cbt, hypno therapy, gabapentin, klonopin, (I even did drugs which I highly dont recommend), different types of therapies, meds, meditation, yoga, green tea, contemplation, journaling, and other things. I'm gonna write a whole column on this, I'm just recovering from the residual effects of coming back from something so harsh ide say people with HPPD are masters of perception. after coming from this disease, I still maintain the perception.
  14. also meds work for a lot of people but can make worse
  15. LethargicAcid

    100% ***** RECOVERY STORY *****

    mines gone I found a cure that I'm tryig to put together a good cure post

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