I go to a social club that deals with all kinds of psychiatric disabilities yet I still find myself isolated, because of my MPD/DID. They just don't get it. I fight to educate them about it, but it is so hard. I'm so frustrated with the blank stares and the 'what's wrong' kind of attitude when I switch. The panic too. I mean the first time a little one came out there, they almost had me hospitazed, because they paniced. I really think educating the public is so important, but I am just a wee voice. Well, many wee voices, ha ha... I just wish professionals educated themselves about all of psychiatric disabilities if that is what they claim to be treatiing.
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