what sorry i zoned out
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@A pet named Steve, my enter the void moments are moreso the little suicidal thoughts while driving, such as "I could just plow right into that tree on the right turn at the end of this road and everyone would believe it's just an accident."
@A pet named Steve, Just don't blink
@TheStarHawk, Wow, so I'm not the only one. And my therapist said that wasn't normal. Take that!
@TheStarHawk, I live near the ocean and there are so many places to drive off a 40ft cliff into the ocean. I think about it most times I drive the coastal route.
@TheStarHawk, Mine are similar but i think about how i could just plow someone into a ditch and drive off and probably get away with it as long as nobody got my plates.
@TheStarHawk, it's called obtrusive morbid thoughts and it happens randomly but can flanre up due to stress.
I used to do that in class... by the time I zone back in I didn’t understand anything that was going on so I just zone back out. Endless process
@seeUpee, Did the same thing, often led to me falling asleep with my eyes open.
@Doctor Bees, Ahahah that is a great skill to have!
That's my third favourite pastime
All the time. Safer there.
All the time
That's my favorite thing to do. It's the only way I can relax.
Do you ever zone in but you didn't realize you where already zoned in so you're just stuck overthinking one scenario...
I’m too poor to pay attention
Zoned in on zoning out
It's actually nice though. It's so peaceful and once you realize you're zoning out you can embrace and really feel it.
Huh? What'd you say?
My life in a nutshell right there.
This is so relatable.
You might be having an absence seizure, just saying...
This is called dissociation and is a symptom of major depression
Yeah, its incredibly relaxing. When I zone out my eyes dont even work in sync anymore so I everything goes double and blurry. That's how I know I'm in maximum-zone-out mode and it's amazing