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The Dissociative Identity Movement Gains Momentum!

Languages Represented in the #DissociativeIdentityMovement: English & Spanish.

Countries Represented in the #DissociativeIdentityMovement: Canada, England, United Kingdom, Finland, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, New Zealand, Australia, Mexico, Bolivia, Scotland, & the United States of America.

United States Represented: Massachusetts (MA), Missouri, Florida, Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington state, California, Colorado, Ohio, Maine, Georgia, Arizona, New York, Virgina, Vermont, Montana, Oregon, & Rhode Island.


There are 3 types of member involvement in The Dissociative Identity Movement, 3 unique perspectives needed to make this movement happen:

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.


What does the public need to know about dissociative identity disorder?

1) It's a neurodevelopment disorder, not a mental illness/ disorder.

2) It is more common than people think.

3) Having DID means living with alternate states of consciousness: sharing the body with parts of the brain that don't have access to each other.

4) Best treatment method: Janina Fisher's multi-conscious parts approach, published in 2017.

5) Get excited, society, because this is all history in the making!, as this disorder is only now being explored, studied, & accurately understood.

6) It is the highest degree of structural dissociation called tierchiery structural dissociation: lesser degrees of structural dissociation include diagnoses such as BPD, PTSD, CPTSD, OSDD, & DP/DR.

7) Living a beautiful & fulfilling life is 100% possible when living with DID: there is always hope; you are not alone.

8) DID affects the body as much as it affects the brain,

9) Amnesia is part of the diagnostic criteria for DID.

10) There's more than 1 type of trauma-related flashback that survivors may experience: 'traditional' mental flashbacks, somatic/body flashbacks/ memories, emotional flashback, & dissociative/ghost flashback.

11) #TheGiftOfSanity Movement: exposing day to day examples of how DID complicates life in hopes of helping neurotypicals appreciate their sanity.