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Any ideas on how to calm an angry protector? : Dissociative Identity Disorder Forum


Any ideas on how to calm an angry protector?

Postby Ponyta » Sat Feb 09, 2019 9:38 pm

At least one of my protectors aren’t doing so well right now. Well due to everything going on lately with Logan (in the inner world) and our Outer world problems no wonder…..I don’t blame him. There is still inner chaos going on. Too much for everyone to handle right now…..and I know my protectors seem to take the worse of it. I wish everything would get straightened out so they could relax. I don’t like seeing everyone like this.

Well…..Blaze is extremely agitated right now. He normally goes to his room (in the inner world) to try to calm down….but for some reason he didn’t this time. He is standing near me with a fireball in his hand (although that’s not unusual….since he can control fire and doing so relaxes him). I can feel the frustration or something in the air around him. I think he wants me to talk to him or something (the way he is looking at me)….but I’m not sure what to say or anything.

I normally avoid him when he is like this…..due to his command before regarding that…..this time is different though. I think he wants me to try to help calm him. Any ideas?


Protectors: Weirdo (Male-28), Wolverine (Male-30), Blaze(Male-24), Brian (Male-28)
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