Do you have Dissociative Identity Disorder, formerly
known as Multiple Personality Disorder? Are you a support person
for someone who is dissociative? Do you wonder if you have DID,
or have other personalities within yourself?
You are not alone. The intent of this site is to share
ideas to cope with the variety of symptoms that we multiples
contend with day in and day out.
Here are some previews of what you find
and Answers? Do
you have questions about dissociation, how others deal with it,
medication, therapy and more?
We also have a message board so
multiples and their support people can share their methods of coping and
find support. Be part of a community that understands dissociation.
figured I would say everything as it was and see if this T could handle
it. If she were scared of me, it was just as well to know it sooner
than later." How successful will this new therapist be?
Read the final chapter of Deep
Therapy in the Fast Lane, written by Restin Wells, to find out.
the encouraging stories submitted by my readers:
a variety of coping skills,
memories and poems submitted by my readers and friends.
readers inspire me to write about lessons I have learned
through therapy and life experience. For instance, do you wonder
whether you should tell people that you are dissociative? Check out my guidelines
personal experiences: Do
you hear conversations
within? Maybe they sound like one of mine. How did I find
out I had multiple personalities? Check out the
beginning of my journey, see if you can relate.
Each of us is
different. Heck, when we look in the mirror we may see someone
different. But perhaps one of the things I hear the most from others
diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder is how each
of us feels a sense of purpose being able to help another person.
Just one of the things we have in common.
I have an excellent therapist and psych doc that have worked with me to
find better ways of coping. In this real world, I have had to
practice and practice these new skills. I have also learned a
variety of skills from other multiples who have shared how they ride the
roller-coaster and overcome depression, anxiety, fear and pain.
My site is dedicated to sharing the healthy coping skills you and I have learned and adopted.
Would you like to share your ideas? Reflect
on the milestones you have achieved. Are you proud of the progress
(big and small) that you have made? Let me help you share your
success with others.
Fill out the form
and submit it. You do not have to provide your name, but there
is a slot for it if you want a little credit. (I know I take it where I
can get it!)
Emily and All RiversRage
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I find this particular theme
fitting. Many multiples think of their healing process as putting
the puzzle pieces together. I found this theme at BordersnMore
September 04, 2006