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Title: Self Survey: End The Legacy of Dissociational Disorder!
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Are You a Son or Daughter of Dissociational Parents? Take This Brief Survey to Find Out. Dissociation Identity Disorder is a spectrum diso...
Are You a Son or Daughter of Dissociational Parents? Take This Brief Survey to Find Out.

Dissociation Identity Disorder is a spectrum disorder with the most severe end of the spectrum considered a personality disorder. A parent can have several traits and not fit the personality disorder. Mothers and Fathers with only a few traits listed can negatively affect you in insidious ways.


(Check all those that apply to your relationship with your parents)
When you discuss your life issues with your parents, do they divert the discussion to talk about themselves?
When you discuss your feelings , do they try to top the feeling with her own?
Do your parents or parent act jealously of you?
Do they lack empathy for your feelings?
Do they only support those things you do that reflect on themselves as a “good parent"?
Have you consistently felt a lack of emotional closeness with your parents?
Have you consistently questioned whether or not your parents likes you or loves you?
Do your parents only do things for you when others can see?
When something happens in your life (accident, illness, divorce) does your parent/parents react with how it will affect them rather than how you feel?
Is or were your parents overly conscious of what others think (neighbours, friends, family, co-workers)?
Do your parents deny her/his own feelings?
Do your parent/s blame things on you or others rather than own responsibility for their feelings or actions?
Is or were your parent/s hurt easily and then carried a grudge for a long time without resolving the problem?
Do you feel you were a slave to your parent/s?
Do you feel you were responsible for your parents’s ailments or sickness (headaches, stress, illness)?
Did you have to take care of your parents’s physical needs as a child?
Do you feel unaccepted by your parents?
Do you feel your parents was critical of you?
Do you feel helpless in the presence of your parent?
Are you shamed often by your parent?
Do you feel your parents knows the real you?
Do your parents
 act like the world should revolve around them?
Do you find it difficult to be a separate person from your parent?
Do your parents appear phoney to you?
Do your parents want to control your choices?
Do your parent/s swing from egotistical to a depressed mood?
Did you feel you had to take care of your parent’s emotional needs as a child?
Do you feel manipulated in the presence of your parents?
Do you feel valued by parent for what you do rather than who you are?
Are your parents controlling, acting like a victim or martyr?
Do your parent/s make you act different from how you really feel?
Do your family compete with you?
Does your family always have to have things their way?


Note: All of these questions relate to dissociational traits. The more questions you checked, the more likely your parents has  traits and this has caused some difficulty for you as a growing child and adult.

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