Hello, hello! As I mentioned in a previous post, I have been doing a lot of adventure walks. They are very healing and comforting for me, and I recommend them highly. For dissociative survivors, adventure walks can be a therapeutic way to explore the world. It creates an exciting and important opportunity for insiders who have been stuck or blocked inside to get a chance to view and safely interact with the … [Read more...]
How’s Your Journey Going?
Hello, hello hello. How is your journey going? I'm trying something new: making a post from a new device. Please overlook any weirdness while I learn this new skill. :) So how is your journey going? Let me tell you a story about mine. I've posted a picture of a walking path I've been using lately. Beautiful, hey? It's truly incredible to see, so green and lush, vivid intricate beauty in every … [Read more...]
Baby Pies — A Bird Story
Here's something, just for fun.... :mrgreen: And, this little story has received lots of good votes from other readers. So let's bring it back around today, just to remember something that is warm for the heart. Warmly, Kathy Copyright © 2008-2017 Kathy Broady MSW and Discussing Dissociation … [Read more...]
Integration: A Requirement for DID Therapy – Or Not?
Hello everyone, Thank you for continuing to read here at Discussing Dissociation while I was away. That's very much appreciated. Let's start up again with a complicated and somewhat controversial topic..... integration. What do you think about integration? Is it necessary or not? … [Read more...]
Discussing Dissociation, Five Years Later
Five years. Yes, five. December 2013 marks the five year anniversary of the Discussing Dissociation blog. Five years. FIVE years already already. Wow. Where does the time go? At this moment, there are over 200 articles written about dissociative disorders, and over 3400 comments from the people who understand dissociative disorders better than anyone else in the world -- thank you for your comments, … [Read more...]
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