Integration is the most contraversial and debated topic in the DID community? Why?
Gotta love that lab muppet! Anyway, I was interviewed on a podcast by Hanna Kebedde and it was broadcast last evening. She was gracious enough to share the link to share with all of you! So, tune in and sit down for an indepth interview of me talking about what I know about dissociative identity [...]
I was reading my email this morning and came across an article that proved what I've said here about being invalidated in childhood. In the article on Psychology Today I found a piece backing up what we who were the victims of this kind of treatment have always known, it damaged us. Granted, the article [...]
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Have you ever wanted to know just of what a "repressed" memory is and how it is formed?
Can Mental Health Disorders be Cured? There is Hope!
We seldom consider the fight therapists go through in their personal lives to keep their lives separate from the horror they encounter when dealing with highly traumatized clients. This article was published in the The Journal of Traumatic Stress Disorders and Treatment looks at this subject and tries to draw conclusions about the effect dealing [...]
Very interesting paper on amnesia (losing time).
A scholarly paper on shame.
Why? The most basic question of all survivors of childhood trauma.
There are many articles online that speak about the formation of DID. This is only one of them.
Real Information About DID from the Harvard Review
***Trigger Warning*** For a highly emotionally charged post.
The posts included in the following ebook are from my early days writing this blog through the beginning of September 2017. I thought you all might enjoy having a copy to read at your leisure. I shall be publishing new ones every six months. Just copy paste the link below into your browser for your [...]
In my blog, I have featured many articles about Dissociative Identity Disorder because it is a diagnosis I have intimate knowledge about. However, DID isn't the only diagnosis I wish to speak about here, as the stigma and heartbreaking trauma brought on by many diagnoses must be spoken of so that research can be encouraged. [...]