I was given a great idea by one of the readers here at Discussing Dissociation:
I would love to see a thread/topic here that really didn’t have any topic other than maybe people connecting or checking in if they wanted to. Maybe even about things that have nothing to do with DID. It would be nice to have a spot where we could just be our normal complicated selves. “I just made the best pot of chicken soup.” “Today I went for a hike.” “The snowfall this morning was so lovely.”
There aren’t many places where we can just be us and not have a problem be the focus of the connection.
So that’s what this thread is for….
Feel free to write whatever you wanna write in the Comments section below, and this thread can just be about your “normal complicated selves”!
Enjoy, and please feel free to write lots!
Due to the overwhelming response on this page,
we’ve reached an amazing 1055 comments on this page !!
Because it was not loading correctly,
we have moved over to Our Normal Complicated Selves , page 2 —
CLICK HERE !!
GOOD NEWS UPDATE:
The 1055 comments on this page are NOW able to be seen!
YAY YAY YAY for our computer-tech gal!
You will notice, waaaaaaaay down at the bottom of the page, under the last comment, that there are now one or two new links.
One link is for “Older Comments”. And one link is for “Newer Comments”
If you don’t see the “New Comments” link, you are already looking at the newest comment. The newest comments do get posted at the bottom of the page, so… as backwards as that feels, that’s where the newest comment sits — underneath the last comment posted before that.
Once you click the Older Comments link, you’ll move to a new page of comments that were written earlier.
Clicking the links at the bottom off the various pages will allow you to see all 1055 comments on this page!!
That’s super exciting news to me, because there have been some fabulous conversations in this area. And by making these comments “reachable” again, we’ve kept all our treasured words available to read again. YAY!!
THANK YOU for writing — it’s genuinely so very good to hear from you.
Please continue to let this place be part of your healing journey.
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