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    You probably were in some kind of emotional shock over the dog.

    It's like the sense of unreality when somebody dies, it doesn't necessarily have to be physical trauma to your own self for this kind of thing to happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    You probably were in some kind of emotional shock over the dog.

    It's like the sense of unreality when somebody dies, it doesn't necessarily have to be physical trauma to your own self for this kind of thing to happen.
    Yes. I can agree with that, too. The dog thing. On some level, the situation just pushed a button.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    You probably were in some kind of emotional shock over the dog.

    It's like the sense of unreality when somebody dies, it doesn't necessarily have to be physical trauma to your own self for this kind of thing to happen.
    I was sort of thinking that as well. though when people die I don't feel like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    I was sort of thinking that as well. though when people die I don't feel like that.
    Yeah, derealization is similar to shock in some ways, but definitely doesn't feel exactly the same. Shock is a normal reaction to grief. Derealization is a pathological reaction to a lot of different things. (In my own experience, anyway.)
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    now i'm confused. was it shock or derealization?
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    now i'm confused. was it shock or derealization?
    I'm not sure. Have you ever experienced shock when someone close to you died? I experience shock as though I'm still in the world but going along with a slight feeling of numbness and forgetfulness, and derealization as an actual removal from the world momentarily.
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    i don't feel anything when someone dies except a little bit of sadness like i cry for five minutes than I'm fine. but everyone I've known who's died been terminally ill and we knew at least days before they passed.it's a selfish sadness because at the same time I'm happy that their suffering is over. and I did feel removed from the world during the situation. I don't know maybe it's shock this whole emotion thing is new to me in a lot a ways
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    Oh okay I've known people who died like from suicide, and I presume it's the same when people get in accidents, when you aren't expecting it and they're relatively young.

    I also felt that way when my grandfather died, but that's because he'd been there since the day I was born. He was a more consistent presence in my life than my own mother.

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    all this reassurance has just caused confusion
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    I didn't mean to kill the thread
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