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Old 02-22-2019, 07:04 PM   #11
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Default Re: new alter taking over

Do you have any idea why these thoughts and feelings and behaviors (presenting as this alter) have been triggered up? Sometimes when certain alters get triggered up for us its because they are related to a particular time period or group of others that we are working with in therapy. Or is it that the feelings held by this alter are triggered because of a situation in your like at the moment maybe? It helps us to figure out whats going on when we can figure out what triggered that alter out in the first place, or what job they are trying to do. One thing I've learned recently is that with DID nothing is ever random!
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Old 02-25-2019, 09:47 PM   #12
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Discovered our newly appearing alter had been helping our 'school' alter. Now that we are dealing with lots of legal paperwork, she's come to help that alter. IMO since so much has changed in the system, more cooperation & safe environment for example, she may want to be more apart of it. Or she's curious. Should be interesting!!!
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