Stranger to My Self: Inside Depersonalization : the Hidden Epidemic

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The Book Source Inc, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 294 pages
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A journalistic examination of depersonalization as a disorder, and cultural phenomenon, including case histories, treatment, and literary and spiritual perspectives.
 

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Contents

Through the Looking Glass
1
The OneWay Trip
15
Unraveling the Enigma
35
Voices from the Void
55
Transformers
85
Diagnosing DPD
107
The Biology of Depersonalization
139
Pot Panic and DPD
177
Living UnrealChemical Readjustment
195
Effective Therapies
217
The Veil of Maya
235
Epilogue
271
Index
275
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Jeffrey Abugel is the author of Stranger To My Self, an inside, in-depth look at what has become a growing epidemic — depersonalization disorder. Written in clear language for the layperson, "Stranger To My Self" is designed to expose depersonalization, the third most common psychiatric symptom, to a broad general audience that has yet to know of same.

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