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Meowster

268d

Ever since we lost our old host to fusion this February-March, we haven't really been switching. We've been constantly blurry. No one's fronting. We can hear people near the front, but no one's actually fronting, and when some are able, they say it feels odd and foreign. Only one person can hold front. Anyone have any ideas of what we could do to start to try and get back to switching again? We've tried positive triggers, and it will bring that one person forward, but that's it. And he's not up for being out, if he can help it.

    • AnimalBoy

      268d

      From my experiences both first hand and with close friends and partners, the blurry feeling tends to be either a new or newly resurfaced personality that tends to be disconnected from/unsettled in the system or a very intense form of burnout. It may help to track your system and fronts if you don't already (I use Simply Plural) as well as writing down how each personality feels about the situation as it might give you a better idea of what's going on, it might also help to take a break from anything you can avoid that stresses you out while doing this.

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