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How to help with Disassociation

Many of my clients report that they experience moments of disassociation where they "tune out" of the experience they are in (sort of like taking in only minimal sensory information from their environment for a period of time).

This type of disassociation can be irritating if the person feels that they spend too much time disassociating and would prefer to stay in the moment.

To help, I have put together two relatively easy exercises that can help one practice staying in the moment. You can turn any mundane experience into an opportunity to practice staying in the moment.

Try out these two examples and let me know what you think in the comments.

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