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Title: We of Dissociation Anonymous do not arrive with complaints about our identity or a sense of self
Author: Fraser Trevor
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We of Dissociation Anonymous do not arrive  with complaints about our  identity or a sense of self, rather we present with sleep disturban...
We of Dissociation Anonymous do not arrive  with complaints about our identity or a sense of self, rather we present with sleep disturbances, relational problems, depression and anxiety sometimes coupled with addictions. We often find it hard to describe our inner experiences and may not share these details unless asked directly because we’re ashamed without knowing the reason why. Often, these frightening symptoms are directly related to the disowned actions of other parts of us. Understanding the nature of these usually leads to us feeling more comfortable and understood. 

 Dissociation can often be described as an involuntariness, whereby a we
 are aware of thoughts and sensations, but these experiences do not seem to belong to us.

Each dissociative part of us has the potential to develop an individual view of us, others and the world. These opposing views can lead to us
 being very confused about who we are. We need to remind ourselves at this point that dissociative parts of us are not separate identities living in one body, but rather parts of a single individual that are not yet functioning in a coordinated way.

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