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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.

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More Conversation on What It Is Really Like to Live with Dissociative Identity Disorder

Felicity Lee
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More Conversation on What It Is Really Like to Live with Dissociative Identity Disorder

Post by felicity on 3/26/2013, 11:02 am

An interview with author of two books, DeJoly Labrier the latest being “All Together Now”, whose website is dejoly.com, Felicity Lee , moderator of Ivory Gardens, a website on DID which is igdid.com- Felicity Lee, and my sister Kathy- who graduated top of her class with both her bachelors of science and master’s degree in Social Work, on what it is like to be a survivor of extreme ritual abuse and how the mind breaks apart through dissociation in order to save us from the extreme trauma that we all experienced as children. Talking candidly about what it is like to not only live with DID, but prosper despite all of the past trauma while offering hope to those individuals- both male and female, who have suffered or are still suffering from the repercussions of our governments involvement with mind control.

It is a brilliant interview with three incredible survivors- relating their experiences of trauma, recovery, and hope in order to reach out to those who may have questions as to exactly what DID is and what it is like to live with such a thing.

You can listen to the interview from my website- DavidShurter.com as well as past interviews with survivors and survivor advocates.

Quote by David Shurter who was the host of the show - http://www.davidshurter.com

I hope that you enjoy it.

Feel comfortable to discuss this.

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Re: More Conversation on What It Is Really Like to Live with Dissociative Identity Disorder

Post by LinkinParkChick on 3/26/2013, 11:35 am

I'll be sure to check that out! Thanks.

Re: More Conversation on What It Is Really Like to Live with Dissociative Identity Disorder

Post by Guest on 3/26/2013, 3:10 pm

Hey Everyone,

My name is David Shurter and I am the moderator of this radio program. I am always looking for people to tell their stories, so if you are interested check in with me and we will talk. Write to me here http://www.davidshurter.com

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