2018, Bella, DID, dissociation, dissociative identity disorder

Opening the Doors to Inside

I want to share. I want to share so badly. I just wrote and deleted an entire post because it was so clinical and impersonal. I basically wrote in general about a topic that has been touching us personally and I didn't include our situation in it at all. That's not what this space is… Continue reading Opening the Doors to Inside

2018, Alayna, DID, dissociation, dissociative identity disorder

Acceptance

I long for the day that mental health and people who are less than perfect, people who struggle, people who are less than politically correct or don't exactly fit into polite society will finally be welcome in the church with kindness and understanding. Jesus never intended for churches to be just the polite society people. I know, we've been reading the bible. Jesus loved and reached out to those of us who will never be polite society material.

2018, DID, dissociation, dissociative identity disorder, Sabrina

Afternoon at Seaside Beach

We currently have family here from Colorado. Nana and Papa came up to visit and with them, they brought 2 cousins. Woohoo!  Mama took them to one of our favorite parks to hang out and we've been spending a lot of time visiting and just being together. Last Sunday, however, we went to Oregon. It… Continue reading Afternoon at Seaside Beach