The Eeyore Complex

Most are familiar with the character Eeyore, a friend of Christopher Robins in the Winnie the Pooh Tales. He is negative about everything. "Bad things always happen to me.” “Why me?" “My tail fell off again.” We all suffer sometimes from bouts of the Eeyore complex. I myself have been an Eeyore in my past, [...]

The Tragedy of Living as a Forever Victim

I’ve been noticing a trend among those living with the diagnosis of dissociative identity disorder that is so self-defeating it begged written about here. I normally get in trouble writing things like this in the DID community, but the truth is the truth and I will not ignore that. Living as a forever victim is [...]

Just Keep Dancing

"We can't always choose the music life plays for us, but we can choose how we dance to it." ~ Author Unknown I've been very sick lately with seasonal affective disorder (SAD). I know, it commonly hurts people in the fall, but there a few of us who have it in both spring and fall. [...]

Intrusive Thoughts

Intrusive thoughts, what are they? Are they alters crying out for attention or creations of our brain because of cross-wiring? Intrusive thoughts are something all humans experience, but when coupled with a mental health condition, they can quickly become deadly. So, let’s examine together what these crappy things are, their causes and some possible ways [...]

The Skewed Self-Image Trap

What do you think of when I say the term “self-image?” For those who are not living with the diagnosis of dissociative identity disorder, it means the way they look in the mirror or how they see themselves inside. However, for those of us living with the diagnosis of DID, things are quite different. For [...]