BDDCentralTop Rated This site on Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) was created by a support group full of BDD sufferers, for other sufferers and their family members. It includes both clinical type information, and personal information, which cannot be found anywhere else. A well-designed, useful site. Preview Website -
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Coping with Dissociation as a Student: Part 1Top Rated Dissociation is the coping method of choice for many of us, but what happens when dissociation begins to interfere with our responsibilities and our daily lives? At this point, dissociation itself becomes something to cope with. Dissociation can present challenges in many arenas, not the least of which is academically. So how does one cope with dissociation as a student? Part 1 of a two part series. Preview Website -
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Coping with Dissociative Identity DisorderTop Rated Do you have Dissociative Identity Disorder, formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder? Are you a support person for someone who is dissociative? Do you wonder if you have DID, or have other personalities within yourself?
You are not alone. The intent of this site is to share ideas to cope with the variety of symptoms that we multiples contend with day in and day out.
Sharing methods for coping with dissociative identity disorder. Tips, coping skills and stories by the author and readers. Also includes a message board. Preview Website -
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Empty MemoriesTop Rated A site with information for professionals and others about paycho-trauma, dissociative disorders, and Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) and multiple personality disorder (MPD). In Dutch and English. Preview Website -
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Fragmented MindTop Rated This is an eclectic sight featuring information on such things as Multiple Personality Disorder/Dissociative Identity Disorder, borderline and avoidant personality disorders, self harm, DBT, cognitive therapy and more. Preview Website -
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Heart's World Information and education of sexual abuse, Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), Multiple Personalties Disorder (MPD, mind control, and ritual abuse. Very colorful and in keeping with a name like "Heart's World." Preview Website -
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Self-injuryTop Rated In spite of the title, there is no shame here. If you cause physical harm to your body in order to deal with overwhelming feelings, know that you have nothing to be ashamed of. It's likely that you're keeping yourself alive and maintaining psychological integrity with the only tool you have right now. It's a crude and ultimately self-destructive tool, but it works; you get relief from the overwhelming pain/fear/anxiety in your life. The prospect of giving it up may be unthinkable, which makes sense; you may not realize that self-harm isn't the only or even best coping method around.
For many people who self-injure, though, there comes a breakthrough moment when they realize that change is possible, that they can escape, that things can be different. They begin to believe that other tools do exist and begin figuring out which of these non-self-destructive ways of coping work for them. This site exists to help you come closer to that moment. Preview Website -
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Trauma & DissociationTop Rated A national non-profit organization devoted to education, advocacy and research related to the early recognition and treatment of trauma-related stress in children and the understanding and treatment of adults suffering from trauma-generated disorders. Preview Website -
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Coping with Dissociation as a Student: Part 2 Dissociation is the coping method of choice for many of us, but what happens when dissociation begins to interfere with our responsibilities and our daily lives? At this point, dissociation itself becomes something to cope with. Dissociation can present challenges in many arenas, not the least of which is academically. So how does one cope with dissociation as a student? Part 2 of a two part series. Preview Website -
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D.I.D. A Legitimate Diagnosis Exploring the reality of Dissociative
Identity Disorder and how child, domestic abuse and trauma can affect a child's mental, physical and emotional well being. Ending the stigma of mental heath issues and bringing the abusive issues out of the closet so healing can begin. Preview Website -
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