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Re: Being treated for a dissociative disorder Shadowplayers721

Posted by Pfinstegg on July 28, 2004, at 22:49:39

In reply to Re: Being treated for a dissociative disorder, posted by Shadowplayers721 on July 28, 2004, at 22:29:46

I am so sorry things are so hard right now. Does your therapist take care to speak to the separate parts of you? And is it possible to go more often when you feel that you are in a crisis? From my experience, it is probably a sign of progress that the different parts are pressing to the surface more. But it is really terrifying and confusing to go through, and I do think that when you are going through it, you need as much contact and support from your therapist as you can possibly get. None of us wants to repress or push down our different parts once more, when we have been working so hard to understand them and give them a voice.




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