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Title: Dissociation Anonymous names the feelings and emotions that you will experience when dealing with a person practicing dissociation
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Dissociation Anonymous names the feelings and emotions that you will experience when dealing with a person practicing dissociation in the...
Dissociation Anonymous names the feelings and emotions that you will experience when dealing with a person practicing dissociation in the home or at work:

You may feel like this person readily puts you down just to elevate themselves.

You may find yourself avoiding them because trying to communicate with them leaves you feeling confused, put-down, reduced to a lesser status and emptied of all that you know you really are.

You may feel blown away by their powerful personality, self-assuredness, self-belief and self-confidence.

Your own legitimate needs may be taking a back seat to their own frivolous, self-serving dissociations.

When receiving a compliment or apology, you may be left feeling patronised, demeaned, brought down to size and even humiliated.

You may attempt to compromise with them only to realise later that you are the only one who gave any substantial ground.

You may feel like your hard work and contributions are only being used, abused and and distorted to meet the selfish ambitions of another, who really isn't there.

Living with a person who has dissociations can have a devastating effect on the self-esteem, confidence and quality of life for family members, friends and partners.

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