Do you like those beautiful puzzle pieces? These little puzzlers were introduced first at the P4² DID Conference. What's the NEXT P4 event? P4 Retreat: MONTANA 2022 2 - 11 September 2022 (various date options available) When the idea of creating a brand new DID Conference -- educational explanations about dissociation and DID based on genuine and extensive clinical, real-life … [Read more...]
A Tribute to my Dad — one of the good guys.
This year, I lost my father. Or at least I lost him from the ways I've known him -- to be walking, talking, tossing out a joke, standing firm on a value, painting a picture, eating waffles, cooking pancakes, or sipping his very weak, highly watered-down "coffee" (not anywhere near my definition of coffee, but very weak, warm, coffee-colored water in a moose mug is how he liked his coffee). My dad has been … [Read more...]
Real Little: Holiday Season Follow-Up
Hello Real Littles! It’s Carlita here, with the Littles from TRibe, and we’ve been wondering how all your holidays went? Ours was definitely full of so many feelings about All The Things! So. Many. Feelings. About. So. Many. Things. Which means that our holiday season truly was All The Things — it was beautiful, it was sad, it was frustrating, it was happy, it was scary, it was peaceful, and it was … [Read more...]
REAL LITTLE Holiday Activities: making the holidays easier for DID kids
REAL LITTLE Holiday Activities ~ making the holidays easier for DID kids ~ This article is a follow up to the Real Little Holiday Season — Made especially for Dissociative Kids which is currently posted in the new Real Little section on the Discussing Dissociation home page. Do you see it there? TRibe has created most of these ideas written below, but of course, I've added a few things in here and … [Read more...]
RESCUE at SOLSTICE — and a song for sharing.
This powerful article has been written by TRibe: We offer our polyphonic version of this beautiful song — ‘Rescue’, by Lauren Daigle — as a prayer this solstice for any dissociative trauma survivors who have known, or continue to know, the horror of ritual abuse at this time of year. May the message of this song bring you comfort. May its grace give you the courage to do the difficult system work … [Read more...]
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