read on another post that some of us dissociate on purpose, i have always done this. however some times i find it hard to come bake to the center. it seems like i lose a little piece of me, there are times it is just easier to live in the dissociated state then in realty. i am afraid one day i just wont come back. dose any one have any insight on this subject?View Thread
yes, compliment especially. i spent a good part of my life trying to disappear just so people would not notice me. i finally have it down to a science. i think that is one of the reason i am comfortable on line people cant see you, so no useless compliments. i also avoid sounds, i don't know why but there are some sounds that send me into a rage.View Thread
my be DT will have techniques that will help to understand it better, i know i have learned a lot from reading her and others post on this subject. i also know this disorder save my life and my sanity. out of all my LABLES this one at least has helped me not hurt me. PS. ramble on there is always good insight in rambling. thanksView Thread
am not sure either, i was raised by a person with DD until i was eight, i could see physical changes when she change. i don't think i display outward changes, i just change inside depending on what i am in counting. i live in a safe and healthy home for over 30 years, but still have a hard time going out, ( work, errands, family events, etc) i feel like i have to either continuing using my dd skills or completely with draw from the world. witch would hurt my family.View Thread
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