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Re: Never a dumb question Dinah

Posted by muffled on January 5, 2008, at 10:48:27

In reply to Re: Never a dumb question star008, posted by Dinah on January 5, 2008, at 9:37:26

> It's actually not DID without time loss. Or inability to recall greater than what would be expected by ordinary forgetfulness.
> My therapist has said that if he were to diagnose me, DD-NOS would be his top choice.

*oh my goodness Dinah...
Your being so mysterious....
People with DD are just like anybody else often enuf. They function at complex jobs and their life is just fine. There's plenty out there who don't even know they dissociative! Its just not a prob for them.
I had no clue I had a DD before. NO clue. I just had headnoise, blanked, nothing was hard. Had it as long as I'd known. To me it was normal. How could I know any different?
So having a DD is not the end of the world and is considered treatable.
There's also many types of DD, that can be very different.
What type(DSM manual) do you think you lean towards?
So if your worrying that you got a DD, then quit worrying.
Or mebbe I am reading you wrong.
Just I wondered if you was worrying cuz you not saying much.
Post away.
Take care,




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