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Old 03-11-2009, 10:24 AM   #21
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I agree with you, btc, i've visited there and found lots of good information, presented well and it's friendly too. Kathy broady is really good and people ask good questions.

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I agree with you, btc, i've visited there and found lots of good information, presented well and it's friendly too. Kathy broady is really good and people ask good questions.
Ah yes.. I thought we may have crossed paths over there as well

I find its a good place to send my more.. integrated.. friends when I need them to know how to behave without my having to explain DID..
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Old 03-20-2009, 07:26 PM   #23
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Other than Psych Central, what are your favorite or top resources/blogs/news sites/etc. you visit regularly for this disorder or issue? Please reply to this thread and list a few of what you consider the best of the best online today.

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hi my first time on here n deal-n with this disorder (DID) n i lok-n for more information on how to deal with a person in ur home with (DID) n it's very stressfull n confus-n to understand so how can u help me coupe with this illness..thank n God bless....i feel like i;m go-n nutss...
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We found a great book called I Am More Than One by Jane Wegscheider Hyman. It is a book that discusses how women with DID have found success in life and work. I think it's a must read for all of us since it affirms you often and gives you things to do when you are stressed, etc., at work or at other people-oriented functions.
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tahnks much for all teh heplful likns ye all..........
we is really strugglign tehes days wiht memoyr stuff, etc. becaues of teh closed head injuyr in additoin to teh DID .......T adn docs tyrign to determien
hwo muhc of waht issues has to do wiht waht ( teher aer other labels invovled here too ).....beads thikn it really dotn matter juts gettign inpateint waitign for it all to get gooder seom dasy we still just watn to go away becuase we know all teh symptoms wont.......
sorry were ramblign anyway alotta helpful stuff here

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Thank you, very interesting.
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Sorry I was looking at the wrong thread. Thi is some info for significant others of those with DID. I hope it is helpful.

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thank you we hope to visit all these places Please note that emofree.com Is a tool we all use it not just for DID but for a wide batch of issues. we have the manual posted on our bathroom wall just in case a new alter comes out with a please try sign above it. but this place is the best because we can talk with you the littles like it best because they can talk with pictues
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I want to add this link to this forum since DID is my primary issue. My T uses CBT with me as a part of the DID help. This link has worksheets you can use if your T uses CBT: http://www.getselfhelp.co.uk/freedownloads2.htm

For us, we actually work with each alter through the different issues. Having them fill in the worksheets as each one might allow T to see how each alter interprets a situation in a different way.
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This is a web site that I found 10 years ago. There are other books available but these are just a few that you may want to find on amozon or other way.
http://www.sidran.org/store/index.cf...&category_id=1
 
Dissociative Identity Disorder Sourcebook, The
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Dissociative identity disorder (DID), formerly called multiple personality disorder, is a condition fraught with controversy and skepticism. Often the greatest challenge for a person with DID is overcoming society's general misunderstanding of alter (multiple) personalities and how they may be treated and resolved. Once believed to be a rare and dramatic aberration, DID is actually a highly evolved survival mechanism acquired by some individuals as they cope with severe and prolonged trauma, abuse, and fear.
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Living with Your Selves: A Survival Manual for People with Multiple Personalities
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Designed to help people live with their condition, Living with Your Selves was written "by a multiple, for other multiples." It is neither a clinical book, nor a workbook, although it contains elements of each. The author's objective was to create a "how-to manual" for living which would fill the gap between the clinical literature and survivors' stories.

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Managing Our Selves: Building a Community of Caring
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Building a Community of Caring is a workbook for persons with Dissociative Disorders that concentrates on self-management through active decision making and the development of internal collaboration among alters.

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The above book is what we used when we first started to heal this time.
God in Our Midst is meant to supplement Power's first workbook (Managing Our Selves: Building a Community of Caring), not replace it. Focusing solely on a multiple's Christian selves, God in Our Midst presents ideas about the Trinity as a concept of multiplicity, explores reconciliation, and the role of praise in healing for Christians.
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Someone I Know Has Multiple Personalities: A Book for Significant Others: Family, Friends, and
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Someone I Know Has Multiple Personalities: A Book for Significant Others: Family, Friends, and Caring Professionals
Adult survivors of childhood abuse often struggle with dissociative conditions. Although the ability to dissociative is life-saving and allows individuals to protect themselves, it can also interfere with...
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Telling Without Talking: Art as a Window into the World of Multiple Personality
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Illustrated with over 180 drawings, paintings and collages by people with dissociative identity disorder, Telling without Talking demonstrates how trauma survivors create art to externalize their unspoken rage and grief.
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#Way of the Journal, The
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A polished, sparkling gem of a book. Adams makes journal writing safe and accessible for survivors of child sexual abuse or anyone who sees words and language as a way to resolve pain.
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