Well, I haven’t posted a member’s profile post for a while now and so I am absolutely delighted to be able to post this one in which we profile our newest member – Christopher – from over at My Depersonalization Experience.
Due to my having again been unwell lately and only now starting to recover, I haven’t had a great deal of time to read through his blog posts but from what I have read a I am sure that you will find lots of very interesting stuff if you give his site a visit. Certainly, his condition is not one which I think a lot of people know about. And I have to tell you I can certainly relate to so much of it.
And don’t forget to say hi and offer some help and support if you can make it across.
It really is good to have him here as a member of the guild and I hope that you will make him feel welcomed.
The author of “My Depersonalization Experience” writes (in a recent comment to us)…
“My name is Christopher, a sufferer and survivor of a very rare and misunderstood condition – Chronic Depersonalization and Derealization.
Whilst this condition is quite common within the psychiatric community (secondary to other conditions or when one has “transient episodes”) it is quite rare that someone (like myself) has the condition as a primary (Chronic) condition.
I maintain a blog entitled “MyDepersonalizationExperience.com” (run on WordPress – I purchased the domain name) which has a menu offering resources for fellow sufferers (books, links, theories, treatment options, contact info, pictures, and more).
It also offers insight on the medication mismanagement involved in me “inheriting” this condition.
I blog often, as often as I can, on various topics involving Mental Health, Medications, etc.
Most of which are about new articles on Mental Health or my life as it relates to Mental Health and my illness.
I would like to be a member of the Guild, and hope to have a positive impact on others lives via my blog and constructive debate and discussion.”
As I said above, it really is good to have Christopher with us, and I hope he will be more than welcome and that his blog will be of interest to our members and provide a lot of interesting reads, support and insights.
Kind regards and God bless you all,