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"I thought I’d gone mad": Your guide to dissociation

By Emma Simkin CN: Dissociation, trauma

Reading about dissociation can potentially worsen, exacerbate, or introduce symptoms for those who suffer from it. Read mindfully. 

The first time I dissociated was in my first term of first year. 1.054 kata lagi

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The Elephant in the Room...

….The other woman.

You would think it would be easy for me to sit here and blast her openly all over the internet; divulging every little detail I have of her, her life and her relationship with my husband. 1.613 kata lagi

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Why I stayed...

I have thrown around the question of why I decided to stay with my husband after his affair while suffering from his Dissociative Disorder and Combat PTSD quite a bit. 1.132 kata lagi

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A Mirrored Life

When you look back at even just a couple years, it’s hard to imagine the place in life you’re at now.

Two years ago, if you had asked me this would be my life now, I would have laughed in your face; loudly, obnoxiously, laughed in your face. 209 kata lagi

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J is for "The Journey"

The doctors were telling me that I had lost a year and 2,000 miles between now and the last thing I remembered. They were being very nice to me, talking to me like a crazy person who might up and forget who he was a second time. 1.204 kata lagi

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Robert Matthew Goldstein reblogged this on Art by Rob Goldstein and commented:

I loved this story. Beautifully written!

J is for "The Journey"

The doctors were telling me that I had lost a year and 2,000 miles between now and the last thing I remembered. They were being very nice to me, talking to me like a crazy person who might up and forget who he was a second time. 1.204 kata lagi

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