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If you have a blog about Trauma and/or Dissociation post here to be added to this new Trauma and Dissociation bloggers page - you will then be able to post to it directly from wordpress, blogger, etc, instead of separately posting to the group after. I've invites some of you already, you should get a message about being a "communications manager".
Followers welcome - you will see all posts by all blogs shared on this page.

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Dissociation jokes and humor - Dissociative Identity Disorder and more
Humor is a great distraction and a defense mechanism... so check out this loonnnnggggg list for dissociation and dissociative identity disorder/multiple personality jokes

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What would you consider a traumatizing situation? Would it be a murder, the loss of all of your possessions, loss of shelter or transportation, or loss of your job? These losses can be traumatizing, especially if you need these things to live and survive. But did you know that there are other traumatizing situations that we, as a society, tend to overlook? Find out what those situations are in my most recent article: http://blogs.psychcentral.com/caregivers/2016/11/10-traumatizing-life-circumstances-we-overlook/

Let's be #Mindful of the negatives of #halloween today. Keep kids #safe, check candy, supervise, remember this day can trigger #trauma history, question whose behind the costume, etc

Consider how #halloweekend can affect children who have #experience with #trauma. Scary sights can affect them in many ways.
#halloween 👀

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Many studies have shown the majority of both psychiatrists and clinical psychologists view the diagnosis of Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder) as valid. As understanding of Dissociative Disorders increases world-wide,…

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Trigger warning A minority of people with Dissociative Identity Disorder or Other Specified Dissociative Disorder (DDNOS) have experienced ritual abuse (also known as trauma-based mind control). The combination of both creates additional struggles in…

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Do you know someone who struggles with dissociation? Splitting off from reality can occur in mild, moderate, and severe forms. For individuals struggling with dissociation during the day, I offer 3 ways to ensure you remain connected to reality through the use of coping skills: http://blogs.psychcentral.com/caregivers/2016/08/5-dissociative-symptoms-coping-with-trauma/

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