Thinking Different about Multiplicity
Would you like to turn your whole life around with minimal help from psychologists and the therapy tactics that take a decade to make a big difference?
Welcome to radical ideas for people with multiple personality disorder (aka dissociative identity disorder and DDNOS), trauma, abuse survivors and people with PTSD.
An excerpt from The Multiple Manifesto!
What if we could be sane without worrying about digging up our past, without being in treatment for years, without worrying about what people think, without giving in, without giving up on ourselves, without hating ourselves, without making the situation worse before it gets better, without twiddling our thumbs for years based on therapies that are inhumane and when you think about it make absolutely no sense. Letís not hold out on having sanity until the ďgood doctorĒ can see us again!
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July 19, 2011, at 09:07 PM
When people hurt you over and over in the same way, you build up some automatic programs against that type of hurt.
These automatic programs are like those old 8-tracks -- a continuous-loop that can play over and over. You just choose which track to play and it starts wherever the tape's at, and it plays over and over until you switch tracks.
I have a real problem with the idea of conditional friendship -- and conditional love by extension. Those people who would place conditions on whether they could like me, or love me, from parents who told me what I had to do to earn their love to friends who were only my friends when no one else was around.