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Re: Being treated for a dissociative disorder

Posted by Shadowplayers721 on July 29, 2004, at 7:36:09

In reply to Re: Being treated for a dissociative disorder Pfinstegg, posted by daisym on July 29, 2004, at 1:19:46


I am like the circus. I am constantly changing. I admire you and Pfinstegg. Your insiders are more trusting in a way, because they are becoming more known. Mine play games, tricks, and clever riddles. I have felt someone listen in literally like a speaker phone. So, I will be crying and not know where the feelings are actually coming from. Sometimes, I will begin laughing and don't know why either. I tell the t this feels insane. So, I am rapidly *switching* as they call it. I never like that term.

My t never has treated anyone with DID before. She was taught that this was extremely rare. She said that she thought she was seeing things when she was seeing these faces come forward.

Yes, I know what you are talking about with the perfection issue. My mother & father had it. My mother even tells me to watch abuse incest programs. I tell her I don't need to, because I am handling as best as I can. There is no right or wrong way. The feelings are your guide.

I feel that people do have parts of themselves the adult, child, etc. But, do yours go by different names? Do you have a religious one that has a Biblical name? Even in my senior year book, I have students hand written notes to one of the names. My mother remembers a child calling on the phone to speak to a girl by another name when I was 12. So, mine is a bit more weird I guess. I think it's normal to have an inner world of children. I think for healthier adults they don't cut off so much and the adult is still able to be feel all sides of themselves. I don't know.

I have physcial problems-shaking, extreme vertigo, headaches, vision changes, hearing changes, seeing things moving, and feeling things moving. One time, I had an ENT treat me for a year for what he thought was an inner ear problem. Nothing showed up. No one could figure out the baffling symptoms. I saw every type of doc imaginable. Finally, I felt this was a mental thing causing all this and decided to see a psych.




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