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I am blind, but my other personality can see.

This is a truly bizarre report.

A woman named BT suffered an accident when she was 20 years old and she became blind. Thirteen year later she was referred to Bruno Waldvogel (one of the two authors of the paper) for psychotherapy by a psychiatry clinic who diagnosed her with dissociative identity disorder, formerly known as multiple personality disorder. 475 more words



I feel like I have not written much this month. There were many nights I have stared at this, once again, new draft screen for a very long time. 366 more words


But I'm not ok?

The other day I had a long conversation with my mom. It went something like this.
Mom: Your doing so well these last months. I hope you’ll keep it up. 314 more words


I just made this. Feel freee to watch it and comment here about it. I dont know if I focused the camera correctly. Mostly when I make videos I dont. 30 more words

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Anxiety strikes

I’m so anxious tonight. Mostly about college. I recently started my second module, in excel. And I can honestly say I am struggling with it. I dont feel I’m doing so well. 240 more words


Breaking New Ground: Striving to be an Academic with a Mental Illness 

I have encountered a couple of challenges lately: one of my close friends passed away nearly a week ago and going out of my comfort zone in attending a conference for women in engineering. 822 more words



I want to write about Thanksgiving, but it’s hard to even remember much about it.

My wife’s grandmother passed away unexpectedly a few short days before the holiday, leaving her family scrambling to figure out funeral arrangements on top of holiday planning. 737 more words

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