2018, DID, dissociation, dissociative identity disorder, Maddie, Mia, Rachel

Inner Excavation: Learn to Thrive?

Inner Excavation is a book we found at Goodwill. Have I mentioned that Goodwill is our most favorite place to shop? No? Well, now you know, haha. The book is pretty awesome. It's all about exploring yourself through photography, writing, crafting, and mindfulness. Some of us have been following some of the exercises in the… Continue reading Inner Excavation: Learn to Thrive?

2016, DID, dissociative identity disorder, Mia, shadows, Uncategorized

Running With the Shadows

Charlotte is about 9 years old. She made her presence known on Circus Day. She came in with confidence, knowledge, and almost an arrogance. She prefers to be known as Charli (No "e". That looks too much like a boy's name and she doesn't want to be a boy). She immediately made her presence known… Continue reading Running With the Shadows

2016, Blogger, blood sugar, DID, dissociative identity disorder, eating disorder, emotion, family, headache, health, inside world, Jenna, Mia, Sabrina, transition, weight

Hold Up….. Weight a Minute….

This entire system is plagued by absolutely horrific relationships with food. The vast majority of us can be divided between two categories. Binge eating, or bulimia. Body hatred is big in this system for a variety of reasons, most coming down to size. For years now my sweet sisters have toyed with trying to "fix"… Continue reading Hold Up….. Weight a Minute….

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

Blogger, DID, dissociative identity disorder, emotion, headache, Mama, Mia, social interaction, writing

I just now finally found this blog again. Not one of us could remember what the name was. I'm glad we found it because we badly want to write and we couldn't figure out where to write.Figuring out what to write isn't hard. It's a pain using the phone to write but right now it's… Continue reading