Who really knows you? : Dissociative Identity Disorder Forum

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Who really knows you? : Dissociative Identity Disorder Forum

As we’re co-present and use passive influence a lot, the closest people around me (ones I live with, have to live with a part of the year and the ones I talk with a lot and really trust) know about my system. We tried to hide it, but it just kept leading to the same arguments : you don’t pay attention to anything, you don’t listen to what I say, you have no consistency, you’re too sensible why are you like that ? etc.
But most of the people who knows never met anyone (officially at least) beside me. Letting people knows we’re multiple is a thing, letting people knows us or a part of us is another one.

The only one who met some insiders was my ex-girlfriend (doesn’t have DID) and two ex-best friends (both have DID or OSDD).

French system

Duo 1 : Plume, outside-manager | Daemon, inside-manager
Duo 2 : Kal, protector | Erdian, social-manager

“Little” group : Nicolas | Linda | Nathan | Ethan

Second group : Lea | Cassandra | Varegh, protector | Claude, protector

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