I was never the happiest person but I was at least comfortable in my own skin before this experience. Long story short a few weeks ago I was convinced by some friends to take shrooms (my first and only experience with psychedelic drugs) and had a very bad time largely centred on feeling out of control mentally. After a ropey day of recovery the day after, I seemed to have put it behind me, but a couple weeks after I had what I've been told was an anxiety attack (the only one I'd ever had) in a cinema, and have been battling constant anxiety ever since. The symptoms have been very dynamic. The first few days I experienced severe derealisation/depersonalisation, and I've had a host of other physical symptoms including chest pains and body numbness. I've just started medical treatment have being prescribed citalopram on a low dose (10mg) a few days ago, and the physical symptoms (now that the side effects have subsided) appear to be on the decline. Mentally, though I still feel totally detached and different. I try to he rational and know that currently negative thinking is what I'm geared for, but I feel like a totally different person now. I don't feel comfortable in my body and the world looks different. I want to believe that I will feel "normal" again eventually but I find it difficult to see past this constant state of anxiety and altered outlook. Will I have to just learn to accept I'm different now? Thanks for your help.