I'm 18. I was self diagnose d.i.d for a long time. at first I didn't even know it was d.i.d at age 7 my mom noticed I started talking about "Sara" I'm Sara. at age 13 it was lily.now I'm Scarlett and I am host.in the beginning I thought I was having imaginary friends. at age 7 that was normal. hearing voices in my head and crap? imaginary friends had to be but years went by and I still heard them. I blacked out alot. I ended up in places without realizing how I got there. ow as always confused and couldn't remember things. and everyone said that I said or did something but I didn't believe them because I didn't remember.but I have always been into psychology. so one day i was doing research on things when I came across d.i.dI said...hey...that's what I experience. I told people about it. that what I experience is like d.i.dno one believed me. called me a liar. attention seeking. told me to stop searching things (I can't tho, I'm into psychology) and self diagnosis is bad but I knew something was wrong.the pattern was always the same tho...if I told a psychiatrist what it hink it was, it was an automatic no and that I'm doing it for attention or whatever.but the last therapist I took a different approach. I instead thought, ok everyone says I don't have d.i.d..maube I don't? maybe it's something else I didn't think of.so instead I told my new psychiatrist every single thing I experience. from every age.we talked about my trauma and everythingand for the first time...someone told me..."I believe you have d.i.d"I never even mentioned d.i.d nor key words. and I'm so shocked...I wonder if this would help me...
Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)
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