- Merry Christmas, Everyone
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I hit the wrong button and ended up here. Now that some time has passed (15+min) I realize this was not an accident. You see my grandson has been diagnosed with DID. Being a retired RN I wanted to know more about his struggle but my knowledge base was incomplete till now.
Whatever the trauma he endured is locked away in his 19 year old mind. As an adult he refuses treatment and so to that end I need to know how to support this young man I love.
Definitely NOT an “accident”, Lynn! Lots to learn here to help him AND to support you as well. He is blessed to have someone like you in his life…..We all here will also help you in “understanding” as best as we can although each journey is unique to the person….We all are on this “learning journey” together! 🙂
Welcome. My heart goes out to you and your grandson. This is a wonderful avenue to learn about D.I.D. Kathy writes in such an understanding and kind way. And in the comments section there is a wealth of information.
May you and your grandson find a measure of peace. 🌺
This christmas was one of he hardest we have ever had. Even though its been over for several weeks now, we are still greatly affected by it. It has become yet another one of those things we are going to have to keep locked inside under wraps because there will never be a way to deal with it.
Thanks a lot for your input. I find it very helpful and I think you are on target with a lot of what you write. You are doing a great service for many people who need what you are offering. Merry Christmas to you and a very happy new year. Yu/stan/kema
Kathy Broady says
Thank you, Yu/Stan/Kema. 🙂
Much appreciated. 🙂
Mery crismas kathey:)
Thanks, I’m struggling with this…feel like giving up…. Trying g to hold on, onto anything….it feels like absolute chaos inside right now
Kathy Broady says
The holiday season can be so difficult… Find a quiet, calm, gentle outside place, and ever so gently, try getting your insides to slow down and bit by bit, tell you what’s going on for them. And yes, do hold tight. You and yours can get through the rough days. Be oh so kind with each other….
Thanks for reading here.