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Re: Being treated for a dissociative disorder

Posted by Dinah on August 7, 2004, at 20:07:26

In reply to Being treated for a dissociative disorder, posted by Pfinstegg on July 28, 2004, at 18:16:49

Drat. Writing about the phrase "archaic inner child remnant" reminded me of the EMDR therapist who used it.

She gave me the DES (Dissociative Experiences Scale), which I answered honestly and which proved beyond a shadow of a doubt in her trained eyes that I dissociate no more than the average person.

I just realized that what I should have said when she gave me these gladsome tidings and referred to my archaic inner child remnant is: Ok, clearly I don't dissociate more than the average person. But shouldn't I take the test too?




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