Tag Archive: DID/MPD

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Meet The Kellie

The following blog post was written three months ago, but K was too chicken to publish it because we all think it sounds conceited and cocky. However, ever since this was written, the… Continue reading

Much Ado About Something

…and then I suddenly came to and found myself in the parking lot at a Mexican restaurant.  Thankfully, K was in the passenger seat of the car. If she’d been driving we would’ve… Continue reading

Sharing the Truth

Found: writings dated Thursday, March 14, 2013 Therapy was so productive today that I feel it is imperative to blog about it, mainly so that we (the K’s) can read it later and… Continue reading

The Comeback of The Kellie

Just found this short bit of writing while scouring our notebooks and could immediately tell it was authored by The Kellie. Based upon the words and drawings surrounding it, I’d guess it was… Continue reading

A Friend Forgotten

Last night we got a surprise visit from a friend we’d not seen in over a year.  It was totally unexpected and we were simultaneously happy and shocked…and confused.  When he called and… Continue reading

Symptoms of Dissociative Identity Disorder

Dissociative Identity Disorder is also known as Multiple Personality Disorder.  It is a highly controversial subject, and many psychologists and psychiatrists refuse to recognize it as a real mental illness.  In other words,… Continue reading

Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

I have an aversion to body hair. I cannot stand having any body hair, anywhere. I shave my arms. I shave my toes. I shave my hands. I use wax and depilatory creams… Continue reading

How Many K’s Are There?

I have been keeping a diary or journal or sketchbook since I was about 4 or 5 years old. The older I got, the more telling the diary entries.  The handwriting changes often.… Continue reading

Our Brain Has Been Raped

I should be at a loss for words and a loss for thoughts. Yesterday I was subjected to 6 hours of psychological testing and interviews.  This was round 2 of testing for me. … Continue reading