It is possible to have multiple (7+) mental disorders, yes?

Anxiety (Including GAD)

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)



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  • KathMC


    Yes! I have 8 mental health diagnosises. For me, they are like guidelines, I can pull on which ever one serves me best at a particular time. I dont have every symptom every day, each diagnosis discribes a different part of me and they are each relevent at different times. Youre the expert on you, you get to decide which diagnosises you identify with, and what they mean to you. I hope your diagnosises help you get the care you need ❤️

    • KathMC


      And so happy to finally relate to someone, so thank you for sharing

  • Allison_Tobias_929


    Yes I've been diagnosed with severe anxiety and depression, bipolar, schizophrenic, paranoia, bpd, manic episodes linked with behavior, identity issues among peers and family, OCD (if that qualifies? I don't know) and multiple personality disorder

  • Critter101


    While it may be uncommon, it is totally possible! Don't let anyone invalidate your experiences by telling you otherwise

  • scorp


    Yes; I have 9 that I know of

  • AnimalBoy


    Yes, many mental illnesses are comorbidities. Also people having to navigate social/emotional settings with undiagnosed, untreated, or unacknowledged mental illnesses can exacerbate them, or if your condition(s) are used against you in a traumatic way or you otherwise find yourself in traumatic situations you can develop trauma related disorders either as an extension of how you're treated because of your mental health or independently.

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