Decades of research show that positive reinforcement drives growth. It’s the opposite of beating yourself up or putting yourself down, neither of which can make you feel better.
For me, it’s pretty boring. If I’m talking, it just looks like I’ve lost my train of thought. Totally normal and happens to everybody. Sometimes
Only a professional trauma therapist can diagnose you. For sure. Now that’s out of the way, let’s be real. Therapy is expensive and scary. You
I’ve found these things useful on my journey to understand and adapt to living with a dissociative disorder. I won’t list anything that doesn’t actually
Happy Friday! It’s time to pick up Coping with Trauma Related Dissociation, by Suzette Boon, Kathy Steele and Onno Van Der Hart, and this week
Accepting that you have a dissociative disorder is one of the most difficult parts of the recovery journey. The truth can feel scary, impossible, crazy,