Tag Archives: depersonalization

5 things to know about transgender depersonalization

“…I was a dispassionate observer of my own life. The person who went through the motions wasn’t the observer-me. Whenever the acting-me felt any emotions, the observer-me recognized the emotions but didn’t feel them herself.” 1. Chronic depersonalization is a … Continue reading

Posted in Depersonalization, Gender dysphoria, Health care, Psychology and psychiatry, Transgender medicine | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Trip report: Lamotrigine, a drug to treat depersonalization – Part 2: The experience

Previously: Part 1: Preamble Disclaimer: I am not a doctor, and this is not medical advice. Do not take any medication without appropriate medical supervision.   Don’t try this at home I’ve already been on an SSRI, Lexapro, for the … Continue reading

Posted in Depersonalization, Gender dysphoria, Personal | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Trip report: Lamotrigine, a drug to treat depersonalization – Part 1: Preamble

Disclaimer: I am not a doctor, and this is not medical advice. Do not take any medication without appropriate medical supervision.   Anti-high One of the most fascinating articles I’ve ever read is “New Frontiers of Sobriety” by Hamilton Morris … Continue reading

Posted in Depersonalization, Gender dysphoria, Personal | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

I Tried Detransition and Didn’t Like It

UnnHappy, sad, mad, Unnspeakable blue red Unnsunshining and hot and cool and red hot and ice cold — Nicole Maines, age seven Detransitioning – undergoing a social or medical gender transition, and later choosing to reverse this – is a … Continue reading

Posted in Depersonalization, Gender dysphoria, Personal, Regret and detransition, Transphobia and prejudice | Tagged , , , , | 6 Comments

Depersonalization in transgender autobiographies: Jamison Green, Imogen Binnie, and more

Previously: Themes of depersonalization in transgender autobiographies: Jan Morris Depersonalization in transgender autobiographies: Christine Jorgensen (Depersonalization is a dissociative symptom experienced as sensations of feeling “unreal”, distant from one’s emotions, separated from the real world, and robotically going through the … Continue reading

Posted in Awareness building, Depersonalization, Gender dysphoria, Psychology and psychiatry, Transgender medicine | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments