I think i am suffering from all them, but mostly from Dissociation I've been doing a lot of research and trying to read up on all of them but i figure somebody on here must know something about it.. Maybe some advice as to what psychiatrist to go to, or what kind of therapy/treatment would be best? I'm not currently in the USA and will visit a psychiatrist as soon as i get back, but i DO wanna be prepared and well informed on this crap well ahead of time. I'm not sure how to begin explaining it...i will be talking to a a person and i KNOW i'm talking with them, and i can feel that i'm talking with them..but i just can't seem to comprehend the fact that i'm talking with them...it's like someone else is thinking and talking for me, and i start zoning out really quickly..it feels like i'm out of place or talking to a fake person. I also look at the world that way many times..for example, i'll be in the passenger seat just looking at the trees and everything and it will just feel like i'm not connected to this world, like i'm looking through someone elses eyes..it's extremely unbearable. I'm 100% sure i have chronic dissociation (and probably anxiety as well) because my mind shuts of SOOO often when doing even the most simple tasks, such as driving somewhere to buy a soda or something. The reason i mentioned anxiety is because of the fight or flight responses, which is when your mind and body (for whatever reason) fears an event that you are awaiting, and prepares itself ahead of time (and especially when you're approaching the event) by basically getting you pumped up and ready for the worst. This is good and all but it keeps going even after the event and feels really weird. The reason it pisses me off is because i might start worrying about going to a new place or talking to someone new and it will start happening. It's weird because i like talking to new people and i'm It's like i'm 75% dissociative and 25% real, if that makes sense. My sister and my friends have asked countless times if i was high when looking me just because my eyes appeared extremely zoned out, and it's frustrating trying to argue with them, especially since i might be talking slower or more awkward because i simply can't concentrate...it's really hard trying to explain it. http://www.myshrink.com/counseling-theory.php?t_id=13 That article perfectly explains my situation. This wouldn't be so bad if it didn't happen every single day for the majority of the time. Sorry for the long read but i'm hoping someone here might have had some experience with this and can point me in the right direction.