About

My name is Carol and 6 years ago I was diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder, following a number of mis-diagnoses.
The aim of this blog is to raise awareness of Dissociative Identity Disorder. I will also be blogging about mental health and discussing the reasons why I have D.I.D.
I live near Chester in the UK, and have 3 children, despite my past trauma and the challenges of living with D.I.D, I believe today I am a survivor and no longer a victim.

I aim to blog a couple of times a week, and I am a regular presence on Twitter you can follow me  @DIDCarol

 

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5 thoughts on “About

    • Hi Sarah glad you like the blog, we have only been doing it a few weeks. Our aim is to help others and to raise awareness of dissociative disorders and mental health issues. We try and post a couple of times a week.

  1. Hello Carol, I just found you! I haven’t had time to start reading much, but what I’ve read, I completely understand… Especially the feelings of self loathing and wanting to harm yourself. I struggle with the same things. I’m very interested in hearing your story, no matter how much it will break my heart to read of your suffering. I have a feeling your blog is going to be very helpful to me. I’ve been fighting my alters since 1994! Thanks for your courage to share.

  2. Hi Carol. I just found your blog and also watched a video you posted. I hope you are doing well and that your back is improved. I’ve just begun putting up my healing journey from dissociative amnesia along with the healing I’ve had to do around some very traumatic therapy as well. Thank you for sharing your journey–it encourages others like me to do the same. http://www.thesandbox.life

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