Oh, it’s just never fun to write about losing someone, but I must tell you some very sad news. One of our long-term, dedicated-to-DID healing community members has recently passed away from terminal illness, via sudden heart attack. Here at Discussing Dissociation, we knew this beautiful soul as “All the Jill People” or “Participating Parts”. … [Read More...]
All dissociative trauma survivors have their own unique system, of course. However, there are some common types of alters that exist in most DID survivors. This is a non-exhaustive list.
Even if the memories of abuse are hidden from the survivor’s awareness, blocked trauma / unresolved trauma creates very noticeable and obvious symptoms that can be easily seen in their every day lives.
Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID ?MPD) has many complexities for appropriate treatment. Therapy is long, and complicated. Look at this list of 50 Treatment Issues for Dissociative Disorders. It’s a lot of work!