• Depersonalization Disorder (Depersonalization/Derealization Disorder)
    This is a mental health disorder that makes you feel detached from yourself and from your surroundings. You may feel like you're watching yourself from outside your own body. Even though you know this is not reality, you can't make these feelings go away. This is disturbing and scary. It can interfere with your life.
  • Dissociative Amnesia
    This is a mental health disorder. It's a type of memory loss that is different from normal forgetfulness. With it, you may forget a specific event or important details about your life. Typically, these memories do come back. And when they do, they may return all at once.
  • Dissociative Fugue
    This is a form of amnesia. It's a temporary state of memory loss. A person in this state may not be able to remember who they are. They may have no memories of their family or friends, or where they live or work. If this happens to you, it can seriously disrupt your life.
  • Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder)
    This is a mental health disorder. With it, your personality is divided into two or more identities. They are often very different from each other. You also have gaps in your memory. This can cause severe problems in your life.