Working on us week 20, my did diagnosis

REBLOG: Carol Anne, of “Therapy Bits”, has joined us this week to share her diagnosis of (D.I.D.) Dissociative Identity Disorder, in this week#20 of, “Working on Us”.

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This week Becky of beckys mental mess for her working on us prompt, has asked those of us who have did to write a narrative and share our experiences of it with the blogging community. So well, of course, I figured I’d get in on the act!
I’m going to write about how I came to my did diagnosis!

First, a little background. I was in a bording school for the blind, from the time I was 5 until I was sixteen. This is where the majority of my abuse took place.
As a young child, I always knew I was different. I heard people. I heard them talking to me, and about me, to each other and about each other, I heard them comment on things, like, what I ate, what I wore, etc.
I never realised then that I had did. That was not diagnosed until much later…

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