DID Survivors — I have a question for you about fathers. It’s not Father’s Day everywhere in the world, but this weekend has been Father’s Day for the Discussing Dissociation readers in the USA, United Kingdom, Canada, South Africa, Peru, Netherlands, and Philippines. I’ve mentioned these countries specifically because it’s absolutely amazing to see these areas in the Top 10 Countries for DD … [Read more...]
What if you don’t like being Multiple?
Hi everyone, I selected this article to re-blog because it already has 46 comments connected to it, and links to an article about the benefits of being multiple with 59 comments. Wow !! That tells me y'all have a lot to say about these topics, and I'm certainly interested in hearing more. I'm not multiple, so I don't really have a say. I'm looking forward to hearing from those of you that know all … [Read more...]
A Real Unicorn?!! Really?
This article is written for the child parts of the DID survivors that read this blog. Hey Kids, did you see the news yesterday? Hmmmm…. probably not, because most kids don’t watch the news. And because of that, I wanted to make sure to let you know about something I saw in the news that might interest you. Look! Look! They found something that looks like a real unicorn!! If you look … [Read more...]
I Had a Great Time – Thanks for Asking
. *** trigger warning for dissociative trauma survivors *** The collage and the material discussed in this blog is emotionally intense and could be triggering. Please be sure that you are in a safe place before reading further. . Trauma survivors with dissociative identity disorder often have to live a double life. There is the public face, full of pretty smiles and general surface chatter that says “I’m fine”, … [Read more...]
Land of the Free?
For folks in the USA, it’s the July 4th holiday weekend. Barbecues, picnics, swimming parties, and fireworks are happening all over the country. Red, white, and blue stars and stripes are visible in every direction. It’s a fun holiday – most people are in festive moods. The point of the Independence Day holiday is to celebrate freedom. It’s about being free, living in a land that is free, … [Read more...]