Mackenzie's Weed DPDR Recovery Story
I recently interviewed Mackenzie Clermont (21) from New Hampshire, USA about her experience with and recovery from weed-induced Depersonalization / Derealization.
Mackenzie was relaxing and smoking a joint with her boyfriend when she suddenly had a massive panic attack. And even though she soon calmed down, she still felt a "weird, spacey feeling", like she was out of place "out of my own body". The symptoms persisted for weeks and months, with Mackenzie describing it like "maybe I'm still high", even though the weed was long out of her system.
These symptoms will be very familiar to anyone who has experienced weed-induced Depersonalization / Derealization.
Mackenzie tells me about how her voice sounded like it wasn't hers and she had terrible trouble focusing on conversation while at work and socializing. Not just that, but driving felt frightening too, and even listening to her favourite band (Tame Impala!) became a scary experience.
Fortunately, Mackenzie was eventually able to identify the condition and why it happened -- and finally take steps to start to recover. She is now thankfully 100% recovered, and back to working, socializing, and enjoying her life as normal!
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Hi there! My name's Shaun.
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