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How childhood trauma could be mistaken for ADHD
Originally posted on ACEs Too High: ? [Photo credit: woodleywonderworks, Flickr] Dr. Nicole Brown’s quest to understand her misbehaving pediatric patients began with a hunch. Brown was compl...
Dissociative and Dissociative Identity Disorder humor
Humor is a great distraction and a defense mechanism... so check out this loonnnnggggg list for dissociation and dissociative identity disorder/multiple personality jokes
“Split” movie quiz – Dissociative Idenity Disorder – Fact versus Fiction
Thing you don’t find out from an Abnormal Psychology courses Violence & Dissociative Identity Disorder – any link, or just stigma? There’s no link between having DID or any other mental diso...
Thanksgiving Day, aka “Forced Family Fun”
Since Thanksgiving is very soon, & many of you feel forced to deal with your narcissistic families on the day, I thought I would write a post for you in that position, Dear Readers … Source:...
Why do people believe the lies of child molesters?
Charles Whitfield (2011) researched the defense tactics of accused and convicted child molesters and found that of all the defenses that a child molester has at his/her disposal, the most ef...
Emotional Abuse Does not show Scars
Originally posted on violence hurts: Psychological abuse, also referred to as emotional abuse or mentalabuse, is a form of abuse characterized by a person subjecting or exposing another to b...
Ritual Abuse/Mind Control survivors – Internal Keys to Safety by Alison Miller
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 contr...
Dissociative Identity Disorder: Skepticsm decreases with information and education about Dissociative Disorders
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 unders...
Life After Abuse: What No-one Tells You
It's easy to assume that the end of an abusive relationship means the end of the problems caused by abuse. This may happen for a few people, but it's not true for everyone! Find out about th...
7 Things to Avoid Saying to People with PTSD – and What To Say Instead
1. Get over it Other variations on this are ‘why aren’t you better yet?’ and ‘But that was years ago.’ This is commonly said to abuse survivors, who often seem to be judged negatively compar...
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