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Shattered

Photo taken by contributor Annie, a woman who lives with depression, anxiety, PTSD, dissociative disorder and a myriad of other issues that haunt her. She enjoys writing and art, and escapes reality by reading or being among trees. 115 more words

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Stupid stupid consultants and their ideas of what did is

So as you know we’re in hospital. We came in on Friday evening, last friday evening. On saturday we met the consultant who was on call for the weekend. 345 more words

C-PTSD, Bipolar 2, & ADHD

Since 2009 I’ve been studying the shit out of complex PTSD, Dissociative disorders, and psychosis.  Now all of that has simmered down some, and I’m noticing, or rather, … 606 more words

Mental Illness

“Louise often feels like part of her is “acting.” At the same time , “there is another part ‘inside’ that is not connecting with the me that is talking to you,” she says.

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Experiences in Dissociation

In grad school, I fell in love with Dissociation Disorders. Of course I had heard about Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID; formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder) and did a little researching in undergrad, but when I studied them further in my psychopathology course, I found them to be infinitely fascinating. 961 more words

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Why?

Photo taken by contributor Annie, a woman who lives with depression, anxiety, PTSD, dissociative disorder and a myriad of other issues that haunt her. She enjoys writing and art, and escapes reality by reading or being among trees. 52 more words

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What's in a Name

This is an exercise I did for a workshop–to reveal yourself via your name:

Amy. Such a short name–a simple name. A name reserved for a sun-bleached blond girl who fishes with the boys and wants to hook the worms, curious about the guts of dirt. 280 more words

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