Monthly Archives: May 2017

Disjointed ramble

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A common theme is emerging. Therapist: Because you’re depressed. Me: I’m not depressed.  This doesn’t feel like how depression used to feel all the other times.  I just feel nothing.  And remember we discussed how an alter took all extreme … Continue reading

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I very rarely hear my alters.  Even if I do, it’s usually so quick that I can’t decipher what’s been said.  Sometimes I catch what they’re saying.  But usually it’s a kind of static silence. So imagine my surprise when, … Continue reading

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My brain can’t seem to decide what it wants to do, so I find myself blank and standing or sitting somewhere in my house, wanting to do a few things but being unable to decide between them, so I guess … Continue reading

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Stuff about eating and weight below

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Today I have a scheduled session with the therapist.  It will be my first time officially meeting her.  We scheduled a session specifically with me arriving so that time will not be wasted with Megan resisting a switch or even … Continue reading

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Roller Coaster

Having a chronic illness is almost like looking back on your life and what you would have done differently, but without being on your deathbed as you do so. I’m sure many people would be surprised if they heard the … Continue reading

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