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To provide a unique environment where folks who have experienced trauma can openly and safely talk. We strive to respect, validate, and learn from each other.


Achieving our goal requires cooperative collaboration amongst members and staff. Members posts remain appropriate and relevant to topics. Terms of Service are clearly posted to help members maintain the dignity of the board. Members of this group are at a stage in their healing to independently regulate their own behavior, as well as keeping themselves safe while on the forums. Staff regularly monitor posts and replies to ensure the board remains a safe and comfortable environment of learning for everyone.

As a friendly and kind community, we validate each other as equally special and significant.

These forums are active and the community not too large or too small - about 400 posts per day. There are many forums on different topics. The topics range in subject matter also. You are welcome to interact as you feel comfortable.

This is a safe place for members. We encourage building coping skills, learning from each other and material shared. We discourage sharing explicit memories of past abuse. We feel that processing memories be done with professionals. There are no practicing therapists on these forums. Therefore, topics that call for therapist type responses are discouraged.

Feel free to look around. Realize that, as a guest, your view of the forums is minimal. These forums are otherwise private to the public view and/or search engines.

We have literally hundreds of articles and provide workshops for everyone. Please feel free to email me anytime with questions. I am also providing a tutorial that should help with navigating our site.

The very best to you,
Felicity Lee

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Dissociative Identity Disorder Support Group Web Site

The purpose of this website is to bring awareness and understanding of not only the struggles survivors of child abuse encounter daily, but also of the prevalence of abuse that children continue to endure.

This website is the official home page for:
Ivory Gardens Dissociative Identity Disorder

Support Group


I created this blog to educate, giving folks an overview of

Dissociative Identity Disorder, including:
A quick description of what

Dissociative Identity is, causes, common symptoms and accompanying disorders, and also recommended support for those who know someone, or who believe they have or do have the disorder.


I started this blog and profile and blog when we started our discussion board on Yuku

I enjoy it for the friends that I have made and the things that we have learned while participating on IGDID.


Hi, I am Lenore


Hi, I am Rachel. I am only 8.

I am a part of Felicity.

I am not around much.

I tell my story here.

I live in a cave.


mom, friend, survivor.

A journey in words and pictures.

Visit Pegasusangel's Xanga Site

I have Dissociative Identity Disorder. I work 2 jobs 1 part time 1 full time and go to school full time. I enjoy video gaming mostly and also learning all I can about the world.


I started stitching when I was around 10.

I had this kit that was a plastic octagon jewelry box, it has this ugly picture of a sail boat on it.

I stitched it for Nana.

She still has that ugly thing, still displayed proudly.

I have stitched on and off since then.

I put it down a few years back after growing bored with the patterns I found.

Most of the things I've stitched I've given away.

I have one around here somewhere, when I locate it,

I will post a picture.

It is a kit of a house and scenery in front of the house.


There are many of us who make up the person who I am.

There are more than 500 of us inside. We always knew that we were made up of different people, but we thought everyone was like that....

we thought we were just better in touch with what it is to be a multi-faceted human-being.

Then we started therapy and learned that we have Dissociative Identity Disorder, or DID.


In 2002, I started surfing around the web, and later, started participating on forums.

My combined passion for the Internet and for writing, eventually led me to creating this online journal, which I first started in late 2002.


We are the Cooperative.

We are survivors of mother-daughter sexual abuse in childhood, with all its consequent damage and distinction.

We are 44 years old, married with two children, a writer by profession.

We love books, our first and best friends, school of any kind, and martial arts.

Jamie and SO's Blog

My SO and I have been active in starting up a blog about DID from both our perspectives. We are both quite young and we use swear words and sometimes dark humor, but in general it's a blog that tries to focus on laughing through the difficult times..

Many Of Us Blog

My name is Carol anne. I am an insider/alter personality of a did/mpd system. The hosts name is Shirley. Our body is 31 but I myself am 18. We live in Ireland. We are blind since birth and we’re currently awaiting our third guide dog. We made this blog to write about our life, daily events, and for communication purposes amongst insiders in the system.

BlueDreamWoman's Blog DID Healing with Waldorf Dolls

Our Littles love Waldorf Dolls! On our DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder) healing journey, first we found Waldorf dolls, and then we found a friend.

eyecnn5's Blog
D. I. D.

A Legitimate DiagnosisA Spiritual Healing

This is my true story of childhood abuse and trauma who suffered with severe physical pains throughout her body and emotional stress, mental anguish and memory loss my entire life due to the stress, depression, PTSD, anxiety and panic disorders as I suffered with Dissociative Identity Disorder.

Read more at http://didlegit.com/home.html#rxqjYTg2S5eLgBMy.99

Rach's Blog

Life as a Committee

I’m a 20-something woman living in Melbourne, Australia. This blog is my space to tell some of my story. I have a long history of mental health issues and several current diagnoses. I didn’t grow up in domestic bliss. I didn’t have the perfect family. I struggle to keep my life on track and I’ve been in therapy for seven years – maybe one day I won’t need it. I’m creative and fun. I like painting and cross-stitch. I like sunflowers – I think they’re smiley flowers. I’m studying psychology part-time and love it more than I can explain. I work part-time in a supermarket which is rather average but it pays the bills. My siblings are amazing and I love them with all I have to offer.

TragedyofKokoro Blog

The Daily Workings of Music Fest

This blog is mainly for the others in my system to express themselves. With that said, we are multiple. Technically that means we have Dissociative Identity Disorder also known as Multiple Personalities. We don’t refer to ourselves as parts or alters. Everyone in here is an individual and wishes to be referred to as such. To us being [...]

DIDiva - Lynn's Art

I am an artist My paintings visually describe the process of dissociation. Our culture is filled with references to dissociative experiences. Dissociation is what allows us to complete one task while thinking about another. One common form of dissociation is known as highway hypnosis. It's the feeling of having arrived home without having paid attention to every turn or stop along the way. There are some people who can not remember the details of a car accident or other traumatic moment. Everyone is capable of dissociating to some degree.

DIDiva -

DIDiva is an informational resource for individuals who’ve been diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder, their caregivers, and friends. It is also a repository for the latest research and news coverage about DID.

DIDiva - Drawn Data

“We the Children of Ritual Abuse/Mind Control, in order to form a living testimonial, do hereby gather and share our evidence, memories, data, to make the world aware and to declare that WE, ourselves, are the living proof of the crimes committed against our bodies, souls and spirits.

healing4lee blog

Journey of the Broken Pieces

The main purpose this blog was created was because of a journey that started out in May of 2010. I did not know where this journey was going to take me or the many I have met along the way through this journey. There has been many ups and downs along the way.