That sounds disconcerting! First, though, I'm thrilled you gave up tobacco and weed and don't partake in much along the way of substance. That's so much more healthier and better as a parent. I hope your hubby comes on board with that as a mom of teenagers, a high dad is pretty uncool. Anyway, this is strange. It feels like an outerbody experience, it sounds like. Do you have anxiety that you can point to in general? Or is it this symptom only? Derealization and depersonalization are symptoms of anxiety and can be treated as part of anxiety. Meaning, the traditional routes can help. A therapist is a great place to start. Do you have insurance that could cover this? And then sometimes a simple SSRI can really impact us positively if it becomes something that you and your doctor think would be of benefit. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/depersonalization-derealization-disorder/symptoms-causes/syc-20352911 Really though, psychotherapy can be really helpful for this!