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Depersonalization disorder. What it's like living "detached" from your body.

Managing flashbacks in Dissociative Identity Disorder

Related blog http://traumadissociation.wordpress.com/2015/02/12/flashbacks-in-did/ Psychiatrist David Yeung recently released 2 books on Dissociative Identity Disorder (multiple personalities), check his website http://engagingmultiples.com

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The Trauma Freeze Response – Playing possum?

Being afraid of anger and conflict is pretty common in people with Dissociative Identity Disorder - especially hosts/ANPs

"Some people with dissociative identity disorder function like someone without it. But there are unseen challenges. Live a day with me and DID. Read this." www.HealthyPlace.com

According to most psychological experts, being "Depersonalized" is one of the most dreadful and confusing states of mind an individual can experience. It can cause Anxiety and Panic attacks. However Depersonalization Disorder can be treated.

Please visit this very inspiring mental health blog at heathershelpers.org