depersonalization disorder

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Synonyms for depersonalization disorder

emotional dissociative disorder in which there is loss of contact with your own personal reality accompanied by feelings of unreality and strangeness

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Dissociative disorders, in the form of dissociative identity disorder, trance and possession disorder, dissociative amnesia, depersonalization disorder, and others, have existed around the world long before there was a discipline known as psychiatry.
the terms depersonalization disorder or depersonalization neurosis are often used" (Reber 1985: 188, my italics).
Suffering from what doctors describe as depersonalization disorder, Hudson searches for mental peace while trying to forge a relationship with the lovely Sara (Lynn Collins).
There is some support for a partial biological etiology of eating disorders but relatively little for the dissociative disorders, except for the rarely diagnosed depersonalization disorder.
Abstract: Patients with depersonalization disorder experience episodes in which they have a feeling of detachment from themselves.