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accepting dissociated self states Larry Hoover

Posted by Pfinstegg on April 7, 2005, at 23:04:59

In reply to Re: I don't know where else to post this, so..... Pfinstegg, posted by Larry Hoover on April 7, 2005, at 22:24:32

I've been really strugging with this concept for two years in analysis. I have recognized it many times, only to completely forget it, over and over. And I notice here at Psychobabble that people who may have it also go back and forth frequently as to whether they actually do. It's a tough diagnosis to learn to live and grow with. I was recently complaining to my analyst how fragmented and uncertain knowing that I've got it has made me feel. Where's the REAL me? He asked me a very interesting question: "would you want to go back and feel the way you did two years ago?" I was able to look him in the eyes and say, from the heart, "No. Never. It feels much better to know, even though it hurts a lot, and is so confusing some days."




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