Yeah depersonalisation is what it’s termed as, and putting the experience down to it does help as it’s very odd, but if you’re outside your body you don’t have to cope with the internal responsibilities and emotions that come with being inside.
I think talking to the J-preservation team about this would be wise, as it is something that can’t be stopped then they can put in strategies, coping techniques and have general ideas on what to do that can help you get through this. Maybe have a talk about it with your sis too? Do you think that could help? About how you fear things may change? Maybe you can both work out a strategy together? If not then just talk to your team and I’m sure they’ll have ideas!
What I find helpful when I feel it coming on is I clap, shake my head (hard), shout, walk towards a focus point like the kitchen clock and then towards the door handle until it wears off focusing on different focus points each time, repeating a ‘safe mantra’ mine is ‘you’re completely safe, just face it, look up and around’ that seems to work although getting me to look u and around in public doesn’t really happen. I know you can’t d this up in public necessarily but deep or controlled breathing, I also use smelling salts (it’s rank but it brings you out of it!) or other strong smells. I’m sure your team will have other ideas.
Thank you for saying I’m doing well, I can’t g anywhere just keep putting one foot infront of the other, you’re doing good that you’ve caught what’s happening now, just need to talk to your team, maybe your sis and figure out the best way forward, I have faith in you, you will get through this!