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Strange and unfamiliar : Dissociative Identity Disorder Forum

Re: Strange and unfamiliar

Postby Skaya » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:36 pm

I’ve had points of not recognising close friends (not in contact with family) and it’s so disorientating, I really feel for you. The only time we’ve forgotten SO, for example, she was able to talk us through grounding and actually give context. We didn’t believe her, but the simple fact of somebody being calm and not concerned about being forgotten was helpful. Can you ask a family member to help in situations like that?

Em (25, f, host), Jen (19, f) Echo (4) Angel (9), Vivian (36, f), Jacob (13,m). SO Lex (f) may be mentioned.

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