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Topics Covered in The Dissociative Identity Movement

We are experiencing history in the making.

Dissociative identity disorder was known as "multiple personality disorder" until 1994.

Until 2013// the 21st century, humankind had little to no understanding of neuroplasticity. Only now are we learning about our ability to rewire the brain.

In 2019 & 2020, I will be launching the Dissociative Identity Movement.

The goal is to choose 1 month of the year to advocate for awareness regarding disorders associated with a dissociative identity, including DID & OSDD.

The secondary goal is to choose 1 day of the year to celebrate Multi-Conscious Pride Day.

Topics Covered in The Dissociative Identity Movement

  • Age Regression {& Littles within a Dissociative Identity}

  • Alternate States of Consciousness {to differentiate from 'alter ego': NOT the same thing & public should be made aware of this specifically}

  • Anxiety

  • Autonomic Nervous System: Sympathetic & Parasympathetic Nervous Systems {related with structural dissociation & trauma impact}

  • Consciousness

  • Co-Consciousness & Functional Multiplicity

  • Coping Tips, Tricks, & Tools

  • Depression

  • Depersonalization

  • Derealization

  • Dissociation

  • Dissociative Disorders {including DID, OSDD, & DP/DR}

  • Dissociative Identity {including DID & OSDD}

  • Dissociative Terms {including dissociative amnesia, dissociative blackout, dissociative fuge, dissociative identity, dissociative memory, & ghost flashback}

  • Dual Diagnoses {including diagnosed mental & physical medical conditions}

  • Flashback Types: Emotional Flashbacks, Trauma/PTSD/Mental Flashbacks, Body Memory Flashbacks, & Ghost Flashbacks

  • Internal Family Systems (IFS)

  • Mental Disorders// Mental Illness

  • Multiplicity & Multi-Consciousness {explain differences from uni-consciousness}

  • Neurobiology

  • Neurodevelopmental Disorders

  • Self-Harm {related to trauma disorders}

  • Structural Dissociation {including BPD, CPTSD, DID, OSDD, DP/DR}

  • Substance Abuse & Addiction {related with trauma disorders}

  • Suicidal Depression, Ideations, & Attempts {related with/to trauma disorders}

  • Trauma with a Capital "T"

  • Trauma Recovery

  • Triggers

There are 3 types of member involvement in The Dissociative Identity Movement:

  • Warriors of Consciousness are those who live with a dissociative identity {DID, OSDD}.

  • Mental Health Warrior are those who live with structural dissociation but not a dissociative identity {BPD, CPTSD, DP/DR}.

  • Nightingale Knights are those who support this movement without suffering from structural dissociation.

To join the movement & participate in the brainstorming discussions, you may comment on posts within the private Facebook group for The Dissociative Identity Movement, or comment on posts within the public Instagram profile for the movement. You may also email me at with any additional questions or comments.

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