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...]
What Happens to the Light?
It's Winter Solstice week -- time that is often difficult for far too many dissociative trauma survivors. It's a time where days are short, and nights are long. Far too long. It's a day where light feels complicated. Fractured. Broken. Dark. For others, depending on where you live in the world, it could be Summer Solstice -- the days with the longest light. Every year, these solstice dates -- Winter or … [Read more...]
Doubly Difficult Days for DID Survivors
This weekend is often a difficult weekend for trauma survivors with dissociative identity disorder. First, there is Father’s Day (for those of us living in the USA), and secondly, it’s the Summer Solstice. Anytime the difficult days get stacked on top of each other, it’s going to make for a complicated time. On days when the issues seem to surface in layers, what do you do to cope? **This blog article is … [Read more...]
The Changing of the Seasons — Does This Impact You and Your System?
These days mark another season change. For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, it will be the first day of spring. For those of us in the Southern Hemisphere, it will be the beginning of autumn. The first day of spring, the first day of summer, the first day of autumn, and the first day of winter are all significant and difficult days for many trauma survivors with Dissociative Identity … [Read more...]