Thank you Mr. Goldstein. God bless those with D.I.D. and may God blessing their healing journey.
You say you dearly love someone who has Dissociative Identity Disorder.
Here are ten actions to avoid.
I base this information on my experience of DID and the problems I have met in my attempts to have friendships with other people.
This list may not apply to everyone with DID.
1. Do not condescend. Condescension is not love and I notice it in a flash. One of the best lines I have ever heard sums this up humorously: I’m mental, not stupid.
2. If you know what the triggers are, don’t mess with them. Your friend’s mind is not a toy or a private freak show.
3. If your friend is triggered and tells you that he needs a time out; don’t take it personally. I call a time out when I feel overwhelmed and confused. It is my way of protecting my friendships. Don’t take…
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