Tag: Grief

Grief

Grief is the primary component of healing from dissociative identity disorder (DID) or other trauma-based mental health conditions. But what happens when your grief isn’t acknowledged but belittled as nonsense?   This article will focus on grief, what it is, and how grief is a part of healing from...

Grief, Mourning, and Dissociative Identity Disorder

Those who have formed dissociative identity disorder (DID) due to severe and repeated child abuse know the pain of grief and mourning. We grieve over what could have been and mourn over what we lost.   This article will concentrate on grief and mourning for those with DID.  ...

Grief and Anger

Anger and grief are two powerful emotions that often accompany one another. All humans feel anger and grief, but survivors of childhood trauma seem to experience it throughout their adult lives. If left untreated, such strong emotions, if left unexpressed, endanger one’s health and relationships. Repressed anger is a...

Loss

What do you feel? This post is about me baring my soul to my readers who have dissociative identity disorder (DID). The piece is full of heartfelt emotions that can be a bit raw but are real nonetheless.   Everyone experiences loss. People and jobs come and go, people...

I’m Going To Let My Guard Down

I rarely ever post online about what is going on in my private life. However, I’m making an exception today. I saw a video earlier of a woman who stated she was going to make a video series about living with Dissociative identity Disorder that wasn’t going to be...

Misophonia Means Living Without Diagnosis

In my blog, I have featured many articles about Dissociative Identity Disorder because it is a diagnosis I have intimate knowledge about. However, DID isn’t the only diagnosis I wish to speak about here, as the stigma and heartbreaking trauma brought on by many diagnoses must be spoken of...