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Default Bipolar to Dissociative identity disorder what changes

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Do you all use ur Bipolar alter to escape that fact that someone done something to you. Is it more of I got those ways, since u know comes off manic/mania. At Did disocoveries how are sexual alter exerting their presence.

1. Things they feel are sexy such as, features like dimples psychquie height skinnedness, shouldn't be mid section not that overtly.

Isn't that ur sexual experiencing surfacing being shared overtly....Usually a get ur eye out his or her mid section. I know they reply and demand on those folks about any and everything. So Im exposing this preoccupation for some new alters.

Is this go buy clothin too pants belt undie clothing just a reframe right? Get a circular go to clothing store or get a number. Were partnered is this the little alters trying to share what is happening....


Finding my way is very confused right now

Please ask more of your advance expert side
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