Dissociative Identity Disorder

Survivor Resource Pages (Forty pages of resources, non-profit organizations, articles, and healing support for survivors of child sexual abuse, rape, sexual assault, domestic violence, and dealing with the aftermath of child sexual abuse.)

Healing from Sexual Abuse Links

Short First-Person DID 101:

Discovering Serenity’s Us Page

Discovering Serenity’s How It Feels to Be DID

Discovering Serenity’s Living With DID

DID and Me

What is it like to be me? – I am DID

Who am I? (Questions of Identity in Dissociative Identity Disorder)

Third of a Lifetime’s Dissociation Blog List:

Dissociation Blog Showcase

Ann’s Blog List (Scroll down onto the right hand side of Ann’s blog to see her Blogroll of DID bloggers who have blogged in the last year):

Ann’s DID Blogroll 

Website: Mosaic Minds

Links Page: Reading Room

Website and Newsletter: Many Voices

Professional Responses:

What is a Dissociative Disorder?

DID Frequently Asked Questions

Basic Information on DID/MPD

An Introduction to Dissociation and DID

FAQ Dissociation and Dissociative Identity Disoder

Help for Post-Traumatic Stress and Dissociative Conditions

Introducing DID

Understanding Dissociative Disorders

DID: An Expert Debunks Multiple Images in Movies

Article Series: Dissociative Identity Disorder

HBO Online TV Series: Multiple Personalities

Sidran Institute

International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation

Diagnosis Criteria for Dissociative Disorders

Dissociative Identity Disorder Symptoms

DID/MPD Information Pages

How Common are Dissociative Disorders

How Common is DID?

Where Can I Go for Help?

Working within the System:

Getting to Know Them: The Inside People

Some of the Different Kinds of Family Members/Alters and their Possible Jobs

Communication

Switching Characteristics

Crafts for Littles Projects

Fun Links for Littles

Littles Fun Links

About Littles

Fun Things for Littles

Fun With Littles

Helping Littles Learn to Heal

Types of Family Members

Ideas for Mapping Your Inside Family/System

Making a Life Book About Your Inner Family

Creating a System Map or Family Lifebook

Having an Open House

DID/MPD: Working Within the Multiple System

Dissociation and Impaired Attachment

Diagnosis and Stigma of Living with Dissociative Identity Disorder

Finding One’s Self- Recovery from Dissociation

Understanding Integration

Chat Transcript: Dissociative Identity Disoder

Resources for Loved Ones of Multiples:

For Partners and Supporters of Survivors Resources

Loving Someone with DID

Day to Day and DID: Intro

Day to Day and DID: Free Time

Day to Day and DID: Getting Ready

Blog: Loving Someone with DID

My Experience as a Partner with a Dissociative Disorder

For Better or Worse: Life as the Partner of a Dissociative Survivor

The Road Less Travelled Part One: How to Support Your DID Partner (Part 1)

The Road Less Travelled Part One: How to Support Your DID Partner (Part 2)

Don’t do it!” – A Partner’s Perspective on Self-harm and Suicidality

When the One You Love is MPD/DID

Partners of Dissociative Survivors

The Significant Other’s Guide to Dissociative Identity Disorder

Help! My Friend Has DID. How Can I Help?

(Websites by Survivors who are DID:

Silent Symphony

Rivers Rages

Seeing Through Multiple Eyes

You Hurt My Hurt

Websites:

MPD/DID A Legitimate Diagnosis

Bits and Pieces of DID

Soaring Stars/Tattered Hearts

Dissociated Survivor

Gabriella Speaks

Glass Houses

Labyrinth of People

Stephanie’s Safe Haven

Split Angels

Angel World

Website Articles no longer online that I have copies of. Let me know if you would like any of them emailed to you:

Needid.bizland.com Articles:

Beginning Your Healing Journey,  A Simple Story Explanation, Goals and Methods in DID Therapy, What to Do When Your Therapist Says, “I Don’t Believe in DID,” The Power of Creativity in the Healing Process, The Role of Expressive Activities in Healing, Recovery and Growth, Validation and Family; and Validation Makes a Difference.

Article:

Coming Out Multiple by Bob King

Multiplicity, Abuse and Healing (m-a-h.net) Articles:

Learning about Dissociation, Dissociation and Stages of Development, Using Your Dissociation Skills in Healing, On Being a Proper Multiple, Association: The Key to Recovery, Helping Your System Find or Make Safe Places, Switching, Switching Early Warning Signs, Poly-fragmented Multiplicity, Mapping Your System, MPD and Imagery, MPD and Journaling, Suggestions for Healing,

8 thoughts on “Dissociative Identity Disorder

  1. Thank you for the great resources. I am raising an adopted son with DID and it is quite a challenge for him, but he is doing very well. To him, he is a “we” and he is composed of “parts”. He has known this since he was about 6 years old, which I find amazing.
    Lindsey Petersen

    http://5kidswdisabilities.wordpress.com

    • Hi Lindsey,

      You’re welcome. I also use the terms we and parts. It just fits for us. I’m glad that someone caring is there for him. Good and healing thoughts to you and your family.

      Kate

    • Yes you may put a link to my resource page, noting I can send email copies to anyone who wants them, if they leave a comment at that resource page.

      I did want to say that I have never had a request since putting up the offer of emailing the articles.

      Good and healing thoughts to you.

      Kate

  2. Hi I am taking an abnormal psychology class in college and our professor mentioned the website (————) for us read and understand more about dissociative identity disorder. Would you be able to email me the articles you have from that site? Thank you!

    Tory

    • Hi Tory,

      I don’t know that website. I don’t have any articles from that site. I googled the website you mentioned in your post and it looks like it is currently not an active website with that address.

      I have copies of articles to the articles that I listed and the sites they were from, sorry I don’t have what you are looking for. I would recommend checking out the links I have on this resource page, there is a lot of good information on them.

      Kate

  3. Morning Kate,

    Could you please email me the following articles whenever?

    Needid.bizland.com Articles:

    Beginning Your Healing Journey, A Simple Story Explanation, Goals and Methods in DID Therapy, What to Do When Your Therapist Says, “I Don’t Believe in DID,” The Power of Creativity in the Healing Process, The Role of Expressive Activities in Healing, Recovery and Growth, Validation and Family; and Validation Makes a Difference.

    I don’t know if that’s too much, but I’ll bake you cookies and then eat them in your honor.

    Lisa

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