Mainly, this site is about describing Depersonalisation Derealisation Disorder and consequences of it, to show that it should be better recognised and for others perhaps suffering DPRD.

Individual experiences of DPRD will vary,  as will a person's response to getting it. So paths towards recovery are not all the same and I do not advise. It is a matter of finding what works for you, with the best strategies and treatment. The great and estimable goal is to emerge from the contradictory, deadened morass of DPRD into the wondrously clear world that you know is still there, and to do so despite the 'protective' aspect of depersonalisation. I dismantle DPRD’s obstructive adaptations and destructive protection. After unreal years, I prepare for startling awareness, with my disowned body and acuities reclaimed. If sometimes defeated, I still know who I am without this under-recognised disorder.

Here are some useful links to further information.            A UK charity raising awareness of Depersonalisation Derealisation Disorder, a good hub
                                    for information, support and sharing experiences. Much needed as DPRD has been
                                    neglected.      A long-established Depersonalisation Community, offering a forum for discussion, mutual 
                                    support and information about Depersonalisation Derealisation Disorder.