DID is something that you can't hide. It will show, and from what I learned that you can chose to reveal, or not to reveal that you have DID according to the interaction you have with individuals. I tell my doctors I have DID because I'm not always in control my consciousness are present. I shared with my family , and received acceptance, plus rejection over it. My husband abandon our 23 year relationship, my mother stopped talking to me because she couldn't cope with the others, my youngest daughter accepted me, while my oldest daughter tolerates the others, my son was conflicted, and one of my sister 's acts like we are on pretend time. ( meaning it's not real but she will play, while clinging to the notion that she as well as others believe that I 'm crazy.)
That being said , I'm fearful of talking to people in public, due to the different consciousness, each one has a different voice. My voice box was in pain for many months. I'm fearful of talking on the phone. I do those things by telling individuals up front.
Have DID isn't shameful, I'm teaching myself daily. I believe that their is a reason for everything, and my consciousness flooded to me because 80percent of my body was in pain, and I kept having a series of TIAs, which are mini strokes, and these strokes locked my body preventing me from moving.
so you decide if you want to tell someone, or keep it to yourself, but the one thing I learned is that the personalities will make themselves known any way.
Is it wrong for me to want friends that I dont have to hide from? I sick of hiding my true self. I'm sick of acting like Kaylee around everyone . I'm sick of being a secret. Is it wrong for me to want that?
Sup guys I’m Brenda I’m 15. I’m out to give S a break. She had a really hard T Appt. We was raped in January & hav had horrific flashbacks. S did ALOT of flashback work this evenin. She never talked out loud bout it till now. T said that talkin about it what happened would lessen its power it would get the flashes out of our head & give the memories to her so we can let it all go. So S did...