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So what's the difference?

Depersonalization is when you feel cut off from yourself. When you feel like a robot or like you're not in control of your own movements, you're experiencing depersonalization. People with depersonalization disorder don't feel like themselves and struggle with feeling in tune with their emotions. These patients may feel like they're outside observers of their own lives. They feel disconnected from their memories and may not remember them clearly. Most of the time they have out-of-body experiences because they don't feel grounded in their own bodies.

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Heylo! I'm Dimah. I'm just a teen who likes writing random ideas, blogs, articles, novels and sometimes even poetry. My major interests are psychology and neurology, I love digging in more in these two subjects and expand my knowledge.

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