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Re: Never a dumb question star008

Posted by rskontos on January 5, 2008, at 12:31:03

In reply to Re: Never a dumb question rskontos, posted by star008 on January 5, 2008, at 8:27:09

Star, I didn't realize this either, it was my new p-doc that told me this was what was going on and that it was proof that I was in the right place at the right time. (meaning changing to him) He also said it would get really messy but we have now identified some things to help me get there safely. I just have to leave really early to drive what should only take 15 minutes. And the days leading up to therapy are a struggle. I start having flashes, I dissociate (he calls switching dissociating, the other T called it switching). And I have a whole range of things that happen. I have noticed that this p-doc who has so much more experience with DID that the other T did he has a much different vocabulary for it as well as insight. The differences are interesting as well as insightful. I am not late on purpose, I have too many "helpers". But he (new doc) says to recognize this is a key to it all. rsk

His take on the troubles getting there is all the alters are trying to protect which is their role. so they try to prevent getting to the place where they felt threatened. It has happened each time I have gone and has gotten worse with each trip.




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