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Why Am I Thinking Like This?

When every thing gets to me and I'm down and panicky I feel as though I'm not me, if that makes any sense.  I've thought these thoughts for years but I've just read something on one of these websites and it is excactly how I feel from time to time. I feel as though I just want to get out of my self.  I feel as though I'm not me and I feel like a robot just going through the day. I feel empty and its awful. When I talk I think some one else is talking but its me of course. When I do things I think, "did I decide to do that? I sometimes look in the mirror and think I'm not me. Its really weird and scary. Some one mentioned on the blog about personality disorder. Could this be what it is ?

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