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144 Dissociative Identity Disorder – Davis

dissociative identity disorder, DID, PTSD, Trauma, Childhood Trauma

This CoreBraIn Journal dissociative identity disorder episode helps understand the process of recovery, from a first person account.

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2 Comments

  1. Shelley Grotjan on 08/24/2017 at 10:40 PM

    I listened to your pod cast on DID and enjoyed it very much. I am a 55-year-old woman that found out I had DID six years ago. I didn’t know about the abuse I suffered until then. I was on a trip with my husband, and he asked me what my childhood was really like. We have been married 18 years at that time. I proceeded to tell him and after awhile I had a flashback. The wall I had to build up started crumbling down. I fell to pieces and am trying to put myself back together again. How Shirley describes DID is right on! I admire her courage for speaking out. I just wish everyone would listen to her podcast and learn more about DID. We are not monsters, in fact, we would rather hurt ourselves than hurt anyone else. Thank you for listing and believing about us who suffer from DID.

    • Dr Charles Parker on 08/25/2017 at 3:54 AM

      Thanks for commenting, Shelley – These issues do come up regularly in my practice over many years and Shirley did a great job of translating these misunderstood challenges down to the street level. All the best for your future,
      cp

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