anxiety, DID, dissociative identity disorder, Rachel

How to Write When Writing Seems Impossible

How to Write When Writing Seems Impossible I had a big post planned for today. It involves split peas, baking soda, balloons, and other crafty type things. Only I never got there. And so far, none of us are getting there. Today is a struggle. It didn't start out that way. It started out with… Continue reading How to Write When Writing Seems Impossible

anxiety

Productive Days Keeps Anxiety At Bay?

Productive Days Keeps Anxiety At Bay? Maybe. I mean, I think so. I'm no expert on what works for anxiety reduction in the long term. Some days I can barely manage my own anxiety in the moment, and that doesn't include the rest of my system's anxiety. We can be a real hot mess at… Continue reading Productive Days Keeps Anxiety At Bay?

anxiety, DID, Sabrina

All or Nothing

  One of the areas we find that we can all identify with is the All or Nothing Mindset.  Actually I know for sure that a lot of the people who follow us on Facebook and read our blog also get stuck in the same mindset. The graphic below has made it's rounds in the Facebook groups… Continue reading All or Nothing

2016, anxiety, Blogger, children, DID, dissociative identity disorder, family, fear, husband, introduction, josslyn, marriage, messy, monsters, trauma

Inside Where We Live (Josslyn)

image from googlehi im josslyn an im like, i dunno, 13 i guess. i usedta be littler but i was scared of everything and spent a lot of time under my bed or in the closet cuz i was always scared. but then i took a really loong nap, like from november to march and… Continue reading Inside Where We Live (Josslyn)

anxiety, Blogger, blood sugar, changes, DID, dissociative identity disorder, emotion, family, Jenna, Layna, Mama, safe, safety, transition, weight

Our Aching Feet…..

Most weekday mornings we head out for a walk. We aim for anywhere between 3 and 5 miles, although sometimes we're lucky to hit two miles.... haha.  The walks weren't something we could really do in our old life. We didn't feel safe enough or comfortable enough and it always seemed like our time was… Continue reading Our Aching Feet…..

anxiety, Blogger, DID, dissociative identity disorder, emotion, family, fear, headache, Jessa, Mama, Mia, raw, scars, social interaction, transition, vulnerability

Heroes

That's the truth. We are just kids. The body may be 34 years old, and our littles may be more advanced in some areas than chronological children, but we are just kids. We range in age from 4-17 years old and we have some stunning lacking skills in the area of social skills and emotional… Continue reading Heroes

anxiety, Blogger, cadie, DID, emotion, fear, headache, Layna, messy, vulnerability

Understanding Ourselves….

Henry David Thoreau said "Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves."We have spent the better part of our lives lost. We didn't really gain much for understanding ourselves.I'm not really sure where I'm going with that. I just know that today has been rough, almost from the beginning. Jessa was out… Continue reading Understanding Ourselves….