Tricks to identify yourself to others? : Dissociative Identity Disorder Forum

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Tricks to identify yourself to others?

Hey,

So we know at least one system on twitter that has jewelry that they use to identify who’s fronting. It’s like a necklace with different coloured charms or whatever, that they can rotate through, so whichever colour is visible indicates who’s fronting.

It’s not as blatant as a nametag and only folks who are ‘in the know’ will get what it means, so most folks will just see some jewelry and not think much about it.

We’re sort of thinking of doing something similar.

For us it started a while back when I bought a leather collar for V2. Mostly as a joke, cos I thought it was funny that I’m the ‘cat’ and she’s the human but I put a collar on her. But she started wearing it a few weeks ago.

And then she got me a little necklace with a sort of cat-charm on it. And we’ve ordered a necklace for Arin with a camera-charm on it. So for anyone who’s ‘in the know’ they can figure out who they’re talking to, if they see what necklace we’re wearing.

We’ve got 3 or 4 friends who we’d share this with, so they’d know. But obvs not just anyone & everyone.

Wondering if anyone else does anything similar? Or if folks think it’s a good idea, or bad idea?

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