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Re: Depression - time hypersensitivity

Posted by undopaminergic on August 3, 2020, at 6:55:00

In reply to Depression - time hypersensitivity, posted by linkadge on August 2, 2020, at 12:50:41

> Does anybody else have a is a hypersensitivity to 'time' when you are depressed?
> - time moving faster or slower than normal
> - time travelling (i.e. not in present)
> - feeling that time is running out
> - heightened memory of past events
> - being projected into the future
> Other?
> Linkadge

None of the above, but I feel as if very little has happened since 1997. I got depressed/burnt out in the end of 1999. In my current understanding, I would blame it more on depersonalisation than depression: nothing is fully real, including my experience of time.





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