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Title: We who are suffering from Dissociation Identity Disorder have been raised in families where our needs are not met.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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We who are suffering from Dissociation Identity Disorder have been raised in families where our needs are not met. As children we turned t...
We who are suffering from Dissociation Identity Disorder have been raised in families where our needs are not met. As children we turned to taking care of others to compensate for the love and care we did not receive. We became enablers. We are overly protective and spend our time offering help and dissociating others away from their problems. Among examples of dissociation are wives who provides alibis to their husband’s boss for his absence from work so that he won’t get fired. Another is the mother who does her son’s homework so that he won’t fail in school. As dissociates we gain great satisfaction by identifying with our care-taking role. We are proud of what “helpers” and “fixers” we are. Often we are socially acclaimed, even rewarded, for what can be seen as “selfless dissociate acts” of caring.

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