Your use of the term 'static' is very common from people who are experiencing Dissociation. Not sure if it helps but maybe check the wikipedia article on it. Sometimes having a proper name to the problem really helps. I wish you luck. Welcome to the board. You are not alone and will always have a friend in the wired.
This is prob soykaf advise, but they are cheap, so - maybe You've got yourself into a kind of self perpetuating loop being locked onto this way of perceiving yourself. Maybe some perspective shift would kick You off the vicious tracks. Then there are self awareness practices which might help understand your fuarking self better. Cause I doubt not You do have it all in You to experience the whole variety of emotions! Get good!
Good luck Alice! Feel free to share your life experiences here if you want to keep the thread going.
I often feel my body cold, tingling like very tiny mosquito bites, it makes me scratch, sometimes hurt myself. My thoughts are blank, and at the same time very busy. I feel like i'm already dead, a ghost in flesh.
For me it relates to sounds of people talking at the same time at a public place, like a restaurant or a school (it can be a chill sound, but sometimes a very loud penetrating mess. Or the rain. Or the feeling of the cars zooming in the street invading your bedroom at night.
In my case, this usually happens when I isolate myself. I value interaction a lot so the lack of it makes me dead. But this is not true to other people tho.
Anyone else has experiences with this 'static'/dissociation numbness?