Our expert says:
Possible, not necessarily probable --- and your degree of insight, to be prepared to even consider the issue, is promising. If those conversations with hubby are enjoyable for BOTH of you ( unlike Trevor or HomoeoFlatus who amuse mainly themselves ! ) that sounds healthy. Sometimes after a period of depression, one gets a sort of "bounce", reaching slightly above normal mood, without necessarily going into manic hyperspace.
Your second question is very interesting, and rather puzzling. Sounds like a spacing out of a dissociative sort, which might arise for various reasons. Sometimes, depending on the light conditions, as one moves down a road with tall trees on the sides, this produces a subtle ( sometimes not so subtle ) flickering of light in one's eyes, to which some people are especially sensitive, and might move them ionto a sort of reverie. In such people, when an EEG is done, measuring the brain waves, one sees a specific response when a light is flickered at particular frequencies.
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