Hearing a creepy voice? *TW* : Dissociative Identity Disorder Forum

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Hearing a creepy voice? *TW* : Dissociative Identity Disorder Forum


So, we’ve definitely had something going on with us this past week, and especially the past couple of days. There is a very sad part that keeps coming to the front, so we’ll get a wave of sadness, and then there’s fear coming from another part that’s scared the sad part is going to talk about “bad stuff.” And on top of that is just a lot of confusion about our life–who we are, and who we’ve been.

Our go-to avoidance strategy is to just zone out with a solitaire game on the phone that is almost impossible to win and can just be started over and over again when it’s clear that we’re at a dead end in the game. An hour can easily go by playing that and determinedly NOT thinking about anything. We have been doing that A LOT for the past few days–picking up the phone even while I’m saying, “No, not this again, please…”

We were just doing that for awhile, but then we finally got up the motivation to go for a long walk so the littles can feel like we’re doing SOMETHING for them, and not just chores (which were all supposed to get finished this morning).

But as I went to (finally) put down the phone, I got a creepy “horror movie” kind of feeling of, like, a stranger lurking somewhere (I guess somewhere on the walk we’re about to take?), and started hearing a man’s voice saying, “Come here, little girl. I have a toy for you,” with the kind of syrupy artificial niceness that you just know means something bad is about to happen.

The voice is in my head, and it feels like I must be imagining it, and trying to scare myself, like a horror movie, but it IS scaring young ones in here. It keeps repeating, and I can feel a lot of fear.
What is this?

I know the answer is in here somewhere, but has anyone experienced anything like this? Or have any idea what might be going on? I have heard parts talking and telling me things, but this doesn’t seem like that–I don’t remember ever having had this happen before (or I ignored it if it did).





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