Monthly Archives: September 2016

I had therapy yesterday, and as we were going over my timeline and she asked some clarifying questions toward my teenage years, and all of a sudden, wham, I was gone; only little snippets made their way back to wherever … Continue reading

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Well, I still feel nothing in general. And in therapy I think we discovered that the numbness is causing me frustration and sadness because I just don’t feel anything.  Nothing good, nothing bad…and I have some awesome stuff going on … Continue reading

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I’m noticing a trend where if I’m nervous in a session or just thinking about going to a session with a therapist who knows DID and how to work with someone who has it, the more likely it means that … Continue reading

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In my experience, there are 3 types of therapists I’ve encountered: The therapist (and possibly specialist in DID field) who wants to talk about trauma, PTSD, and especially DID.  And nothing else.  And if you try to tell them about … Continue reading

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