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San Francisco, CA
About Blog - A safe place for people with Dissociative Identity Disorder (also known as Multiple Personality Disorder) and their singleton friends and family to discuss life with DID and related conditions.
Chicago (Sandwich), IL
About Blog - Ann M. Garvey, the author, writes a daily non-traumatizing journal about her day to day world as someone with multiple personality disorder i.e Dissociative Identity Disorder.
About Blog - This blog aims to answer questions about and spread correct information regarding DID and OSDD-1. This blog is open to individuals who are diagnosed with dissociative disorders, and individuals who suspect that they have a dissociative disorder.
About Blog - I have been diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, and Anxiety. I am proud that I have survived. I have a lot to be proud of. If you are a survivor of abuse, you have a lot to be proud of as well.
About Blog - Shapeshifters is about my very particular perspective on Dissociation Identity Disorder, also known as Multiple Personality Disorder. I am just so damn tired of people who are afraid to know anything about these conditions assuming what it is and then acting on those false beliefs. D. I. D is not Schizophrenia; it is a condition in which one consciousness is divided to survive horrific trauma.
About Blog - A 30-something year old woman living in Melbourne, Australia writes about living with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), (previously known as Multiple Personality Disorder) and Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Other issues along the way include mood disorders, anxiety, eating disorders, self-harm and suicidality.
About Blog - Having lived with multiple personality disorder all her life, Christine Pattillo began writing during the traumatic loss of one of her alternate personalities. Christine hopes that by sharing her story she might make a difference for others who also suffer with mental illnesses.
About Blog - A Dissociative Identity Disorder blog by Jess. There are 15 different names of identities outside of 3 different “hosts” who go by “Jess” publicly (that’s 18 all together people) and each Jess will have different knowledge and memories.
About Blog - Hello, you can just call me Tao ^_^. This is a record of my journey with my DID, PTSD, Anxiety and Depression. This is my challenges with my Service Animal, my home life, work life, friends, family and anything that seems to be a hurdle for us all. I have 10 alters I know of, fragmented memories and a very limited ability to retain things.
About Blog - The anonymous blog of an introverted 24 year old girl. She also happens to have suffered from a number of mental health problems and wishes to use this blog as a means of sharing her experiences and with a view to helping others.
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