I identify as a multiple, who is not suffering from dissociative identity disorder, but thriving with it. DID is a mental strategy to survive, and once freed from that survival situation, a multiple has near… More
Looking at the world from two distinct perspectives simultaneously is how we see in 3D, with true depth.
I am a multiple. We have many voices. Together, we are unstoppable.
It is no secret that I have multiple personalities, brought about from severe, repetitive, childhood trauma. The accepted term for multiple personalities has become dissociative identity disorder, which helps to describe the main cause and… More
I am going to describe my experience of having many, many voices in my head: why I have them, and what it is like. Unfortunately, there are a lot of messed up people in the… More
Yesterday was our birthday (for those of you who don’t know, I identify as a multiple and often use pronouns like “we” or “our”). For the sake of our wee ones, we’re making it a… More
One of the most difficult lessons in acceptance lies in the fact that we encounter situations that may not have been our fault (like a car crash) but which have consequences that require us to… More
I just blushed so hard I thought my ears were going to burst into flames. I gave the needle felted dog I made to Willow’s mom and it went really well. She almost squealed with joy.… More
I am a proud (fierce, even!) multiple with almost countless parts. I am also healing and growing stronger week by week. It’s been several years since my DID/MPD healing journey began, but only one and… More
An average acquaintance would not know, but I have Dissociation Identity Disorder. My partner calls it Magical Personality Diversity because the term “disorder” does not compute with my outlook — that I will always be… More