. Elliott, hi i would like to ask about dissoiation fugue i prefer chat please
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Because the moderator intervened it automatically took you off of the chat mode. I asked her to restore it to you as a chat, which she has done this morning.
I do not think that you have Dissociative Fugue, but rather some brief dissociative amnesia as part of your PTSD>
In Dissociative Fugue, the individual suddenly leaves home (or another activity) and goes on a trip. This often follows a severe stress.
The travel does have a purpose and is not just aimless wandering. There could be a feeling of confusion and disorientation. The person may even take a new identity or occupation. Often it is limited to travel.
There is a possibility that this could be characterised as Dissociative Fugue, now that I reconsider it, but it seems to be an offshoot of the PTSD.
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