Dissociation

Overcoming DID as a Transgender Person (featuring Bad Girl)

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Overcoming DID as a Transgender Person (featuring Bad Girl)

Bad Girl and I discuss how we’ve managed to overcome some of the obstacles of DID (dissociative identity disorder), and how this ties into being transgender. — I found a video by Bad Girl many months back that was listing some of her favorite trans people on YouTube. I was one of them and thanked her. We then became friends…read more

How to Tell if You Have Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) / Multiple Personality Disorder

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How to Tell if You Have Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) / Multiple Personality Disorder

While DID and severe dissociation and distinction between alter personality states is uncommon, subpersonalities are part of all of us on a milder scale. If you are struggling with coping with past abuse and your mind has dissociated to protect you from knowing the truth, know that it’s not impossible to overcome this challenge. — Do you have dissociative identity…read more

Do I Still Have Alters? | Meet My Alters / Personalities (part 3)

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Do I Still Have Alters? | Meet My Alters / Personalities (part 3)

Do I still have alter personalities? Or was it all a lie and fake for attention and sympathy? The answer is not a simple ‘yes’ or ‘no.’ Rather, my own personal experience felt real to me, and whether or not it was dissociative identity disorder, or just trauma related dissociation in general, it was something that I needed to overcome…read more

Ego-State Therapy / Voice Dialogue

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Ego-State Therapy / Voice Dialogue

Ego-state therapy focuses on pieces of one’s personality, or ego states. Ego states are parts of our personality that make up our whole personality. It is especially useful for those that have experienced trauma and abuse, have anger problems, and even cognitive or thought problems. And it works on recognizing and releasing those core thoughts as well as integrating these…read more

What is Depersonalization & Derealization | Dissociation

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What is Depersonalization & Derealization | Dissociation

Depersonalization and derealization are forms of dissociation. Depersonalization is a disconnect from the individual and their consciousness. Derealization is a disconnect from the individual and their environment. — Introduction Hi everyone! This video is going to be about depersonalization and derealization. Both of these are forms of dissociation where the individual is disconnected from themselves and/or the world around them…read more

Meet My Alters / Personalities (part 2) | Progress Has Been Made

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Meet My Alters / Personalities (part 2) | Progress Has Been Made

Updated video on meet my alters / personalities. Meet Autumn, Iris, the Host, and the Controller. A lot of progress has been made, but there is still more to overcome. In order to overcome the problem, you have to face it. I am learning to express myself better and am coming to terms with myself and what I’ve been through…read more

Denial & Resistance | Releasing, Letting Go, & Allowing

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Denial & Resistance | Releasing, Letting Go, & Allowing

Letting go of resistance and denial and learning to allow can be a tricky task since one is not usually aware of what they are in resistance to. Ultimately it is counterproductive for recovery since one will become those exact things they are trying to run away from. Learning to come to terms with it, facing and working through the…read more

We All Have Multiple Personalities | Multiplicity & Subpersonalities

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We All Have Multiple Personalities | Multiplicity & Subpersonalities

Do we all have multiple personalities? Yes, we all have multiple subselves or subpersonalities that each have a different role and purpose. There are a variety of ways subpersonalities can form and at times they can cause us stress and anxiety due to the internal conflict that arises. — Introduction Hi everyone! Do you believe we all have multiple personalities?…read more

Maladaptive Daydreaming & Extreme Fantasizing | How to Control It

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Maladaptive Daydreaming & Extreme Fantasizing | How to Control It

Maladaptive daydreaming is a form of dissociation, extreme fantasizing. It is usually when an individual spends more time in their mind (inner world) and neglects their outer world. Many times it is a coping mechanism for anxiety, stress, depression, etc. And, this is an excellent way of releasing those negative emotions and feeling, but just not when it becomes problematic…read more

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