This is my latest post published on HealthyPlace.com. Whether or not you have dissociative identity disorder, the principles that move one from a survivor to a thriver are the same and can apply to anyone. Do you call yourself a… Continue Reading →
A comical approach is taken to understand everyday mundane tasks and to poke humor at them for what our lives are really like.
For those of us with dissociative identity disorder, we experience extreme parts of ourselves that have their own thoughts, opinions, beliefs, wishes, needs, etc. If you have DID or know someone with DID, it is important to understand the signs and symptoms for when someone with DID is switching alters and what you can do to help.
Do we need to remember and process all traumatic memories in order to heal from dissociative identity disorder (DID)? When it comes to the complicated disorder of DID, there frequently are more questions than there are answers, and the explanation of the above question is no less difficult. Before I provide an answer, it is important to understand the way our emotional traumatic memories work and what it actually means to process and heal from them.
Welcome to Throw Back Thursday – a comparison at how crazy I used to be to how much better or worse I am now. It’s an interesting view.