The Road to Understanding Dissociative Identity Disorder and Me!

In February 2010 I was diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID). In March I started this blog to help me and others on the journey of understanding what DID means. In my early entries, I give a lot more detail on what DID is about, where as now I tend to speak more openly about how I am feeling at this particular time. For those who are new to DID I suggest heading back to my earlier entries for more clarification.
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PODS (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors) "DID is a creative survival mechanism for coping with overwhelming and chronic childhood trauma.

PODS (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors) "James Chu (2011) said that one of the hardest things to bear in trauma is the aloneness of it. Ten steps to becoming a dissociation-friendly therapist

PODS (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors) "DID is a creative survival mechanism for coping with overwhelming and chronic childhood trauma.

Not mad, not bad – just traumatised

PODS (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors) "DID is a creative survival mechanism for coping with overwhelming and chronic childhood trauma.

"Denial tugs away at me day in, day out." From 'You think I'm crazy? Think again! My dissociative thought life':

PODS (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors) "DID is a creative survival mechanism for coping with overwhelming and chronic childhood trauma.

Managing triggers: part two - turning down the smoke alarm

PODS (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors) "DID is a creative survival mechanism for coping with overwhelming and chronic childhood trauma.

PODS (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors) I feel like I’m 10 different people squashed into one, all collapsed down like a concertina. Signs & symptoms of DID

PODS (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors) "DID is a creative survival mechanism for coping with overwhelming and chronic childhood trauma.

Dr Ellen P. Lacter - Ritual Abuse and MPD/Dissociative identity disorder explained - our info page http://dissociative-identity-disorder.net/wiki/Ritual_abuse Dr Ellen Lacter's website http://endritualabuse.org

PaedoGate - 2 people banned from the UK for linking Politicians & Royal .

EMDR- rapid healing of "small t” and "big T” trauma

The beginning of the end… I recently received a new, unexpected diagnosis when I went to a skilled EMDR therapist for help with chronic pain: Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD- DSM-IV definitio…

A second experience of Psychosis

A second experience of Psychosis

Part of a poem composed in Sound Minds yesterday, SA Hearing Voices group, by peer worker Jenny Benham.

Thoughts about peer work and DID and community

Thoughts about peer work and DID and community

Part of a poem composed in Sound Minds yesterday, SA Hearing Voices group, by peer worker Jenny Benham.

Ink Painting – From the stars

Ink Painting – From the stars

Ink Painting – From the stars

Tips & Advice for managing mental health

Tips & Advice for managing mental health

Tips from homesteaders compiled by Blue Yurt Farms

I was really sick at at college on Monday. Shaky, exhausted, nauseated, and really struggling to focus. I didn’t get much sleep the night be...

Making marks

I was really sick at at college on Monday. Shaky, exhausted, nauseated, and really struggling to focus.

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