Wow. Another year has passed, and here we are at DID Awareness Day again! I challenged many of the DDCF forum members last year to do some inspiring things for DID, and we had some interesting success stories of public speaking, publishing stories, presenting educational information to professionals, displaying artwork, etc. Spreading accurate and helpful information about DID has been a goal for most of the DDCF … [Read more...]
Getting Ready for P4 Retreat: MONTANA 2022
Are you thinking about MONTANA as much as I am ??? One of my most favorite writing exercises is the acronym writing exercise. If you've spent any time with me at all, you'll hear me say that, and suggest you write a few. One of the DDCF forum member is particularly good with acronyms, and has written hundreds of them. This member of our Writing Team has agreed to share another acronym … [Read more...]
3 Years! Happy Anniversary DDCF — a DID forum community like no other!
Yep. AMAZING. THREE INCREDIBLE YEARS for DDCF --- the Discussing Dissociation Community Forum. THANK YOU. THANK YOU. THANK YOU. Where to begin with all the good things that come to mind for our DDCF forum group? Let me list out three significant milestones that describe where we are at in our third year of community. 1. Over 100,000 posts, and nearly 3000 different topics so you know... … [Read more...]
DID Awareness Day. March 5. Are You Discussing Dissociation Today?
MARCH 5. DID AWARENESS DAY. This is a big day around here. This Discussing Dissociation blog, all the DD Forums, (DDCF, DDEF, SSPA), the thousands of readers here, my 30+ year career, every email Laura writes, and everything we do here at DD is all about DID. Dissociative Identity Disorder. WE are very aware of DID. Awareness involves talking, and increasing awareness involves talking … [Read more...]
National Puzzle Day – puzzles are for DID!
It's National PUZZLE Day! As you know, there are PUZZLE PIECES in everything that Discussing Dissociation does. I understand that Autism Awareness also uses a puzzle design, but in my opinion, the puzzle piece is the perfect metaphor for Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID/mpd). How does the puzzle fit with DID? Dissociative folks and puzzles connect together because … [Read more...]
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