Merci beaucoup Nathan pour traduire cet article!* English German Dutch Spanish French: Cette liste est faite pour les Multiples & personnes ayant un trouble de l'identité dissociatif, qui veulent apprendre à connaître et à avoir un lien plus fort avec leurs alters. Elle a été créée dans l’idée d’améliorer la compréhension, l’acceptation, la communication interne… Continue reading Apprenez à mieux connaître vos alters grâce à cette liste très simple en Français!
Plural life heck: Agreeing to time sharing can work great for (large) systems who can share consciousness between (certain) system members. If a few headmates enjoy the same hobbies or like the same people, try to share and enjoy the activity together. Plural life heck: Learned something new that could benefit the rest of your… Continue reading In need of some Plural Life Hacks? You find them here!
Hiding is safest, don't feel now, just hide. Don't show your true colors, your faces or sides. It's not worth to be seen, it hurts to be discarded. People don't care, people are mean. It is so blank and empty, My head is fog and smoke. It's loud inside and feels busy. I feel like… Continue reading A poem about being Plural in a singular normative world
German French Dutch Spanish English: This list is intended for Plurals & people with dissociative identity disorder, who want to get to know and connect more with their alters. It is intended to help you improve understanding, acceptance, internal communication & community with the others in your system. Please remember that the goal of this… Continue reading Get to really know your alters with this easy list!
Anyone who has watched a DID youtube video, or read a few posts in a support group, has seen it pass by: The theory of Structural dissociation, written by Ellert Neijenhuis, Onno van der Hart, Suzette Boon and Kathy Steele. It’s good to know that in 1987, the writers of this theory already referred to… Continue reading Why the theory of Structural dissociation is ableist
We worked hard to provide good infographics for the Plural Acceptance Week. Together with the Plural Events Team it was decided to upload them in bulk, so you can all use them for the rest of the week! Feel free to use these images in a non edited form for positive* Plural Acceptance, Education, Awareness… Continue reading FREE Infographics for you to share during Plural Acceptance Week!
Looking for bold and stigma breaking DID & Plural Merch? Find the latest designs for you and your System in our brand-new Power to the Plurals Shop! <– CLICK To celebrate the opening of our new shop we give a 15% discount in the Power to the Plurals Shop until Sunday May 26 2019! Use the coupon code: celebrate1 in the… Continue reading Brand-New DID & Plural Merch!
This video is related to Emely's previous video ''The 10 things i wish i had known 10 years ago'' In step 10 of the previous video, Emely stated that becoming a (collective) system, takes work. Or more specifically, working together, collectively as a system. So in this video, Sarah Clark explains our 5 steps to… Continue reading The 5 steps to become a Collective DID System
In this video Emely shares the 10 things, she wish she had known 10 years ago, when she found out she had Dissociative Identity Disorder. Under the video is a simple list of the 10 things mentioned in the video. We appreciate you investing the time to learn more about DID! Part 2 of this… Continue reading 10 things i wish i had known 10 years ago
Live stream with closing remarks and Q&A and awesome guests! For the Plural Positivity World Conference 2019! FREE here > https://youtu.be/-UfWEN4kRHg < at 3.30pm EDT today! (Monday April first, not a joke lol)