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Re: A lovely and resilient plant kerria

Posted by Pfinstegg on August 29, 2005, at 0:06:31

In reply to Re: A lovely and resilient plant kerria Pfinstegg, posted by kerria on August 28, 2005, at 23:42:31

Yes. I think dissociative disorders are among the most painful things one can have, and you deserve complete respect for your courageous struggles, and your commitment to getting better. You can, too- other people have done it. If your T. did make some errors by getting angry under some sort of stress, it doesn't sound like the main way he is with you most of the time. You did say that your parts do trust him, and will talk to him- what a good beginning. As you are becoming more aware of your parts, so that you know simultaneously about more than one, it will probably get a lot easier to experience your T. as very caring and skillful. I hope that's what happens. There are so many rapid ups and downs with DID that the hardest thing is to maintain hope, and a sense that you are making progress. Posting frequently here may help, as we may see an overall improvement when it's hard for you to see that yourself. Then, one day, you'll see and know it for yourself and probably won't need to post as much. That has already happened for one poster with DID.




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