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Looking into your past : Dissociative Identity Disorder Forum
We’re in a somewhat similar situation – we have some hints and clues of things… a few fuzzy memories, or just random snippits of knowledge, “X happened when we were age Y”, “our dad did Z to us”, “mum did X all the time” sort of thing.
We’re not going to be able to get corroboration or other ‘evidence’. Our dad’s passed away, our mum is also aging and either narcissistic or maybe borderline or maybe even DID herself, and there’s noone else we could ask. And some stuff happened in foster care and there’s no way to find the details of that.
So instead of trying to find details or answers or evidence, we’re just focusing on addressing our situation in the present, healing or helping the parts of ourself who are still suffering.
This does bring up different memories, or fragments of memories. Stuff we “didn’t know” before. We can’t ‘prove’ it’s real or not. So we accept it’s real to the parts who remember it, and just focus on helping them get past it.
p.s. Are you safe now? Like, living with your (former) abuser?
Our mum is a master at manipulation and emotional games, though I don’t think shes even aware she’s doing it most of the time. It took us a lifetime and then a breakdown / DID crisis to finally realize how bad she can be, but we luckily don’t live with her any more.
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