Stonerpumpkin

530d

i just found out i have DID and im having a hard time knowing what to do and coping mechanisms or even just having friends and someone to help educate me. any advice or friends would help.

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    • alex2446

      529d

      For us, finding out we had DID opened up a whole world of confusion AND clarity. Theres been a lot more dissociation since we stopped seeing a therapist a year ago. I recommend sticking with support teams and finding support whether on here or online :)

    • juiceambassador

      530d

      firstly, some good apps/bots to help u communicate and organize things: simplyplural, pluralkit (on discord), and selftalking. secondly, joining DID discord servers, checking out the didsystem tags on insta or tumblr can help u find accounts that post abt dissociative things + maybe can become friends/mutuals with them. hope this helps!

      • Stonerpumpkin

        530d

        @juiceambassador yes it does thank you!

    • adriftatsidhe

      530d

      i often feel at a loss trying to guide others with system things, but i mean it genuinely when i say that the time and effort put into further understanding yourself and your brain is worth it. journaling/keeping a log throughout the day of mood/state of mind + time is very useful! i liked using daylio (app) for a lot of that. it helped keep better track of any lost time or fuzzy parts of the day. if you want decent websites for research, i recommend these!!! i dont know if alike allows links did-research . org isst-d . org i hope you can be patient with yourself 🫂

      • Stonerpumpkin

        530d

        @adriftatsidhe thank you so much!

    • Prismatic

      530d

      Finding a mental health provider who knows how to work with DID is my best advice, if you don't already have one

    • Syd.The.Space.Sloth

      529d

      we're always open to talk :]

    • alex2446

      529d

      For us, finding out we had DID opened up a whole world of confusion AND clarity. Theres been a lot more dissociation since we stopped seeing a therapist a year ago. I recommend sticking with support teams and finding support whether on here or online :)

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