Hello everybody, welcome back to another video by DissociaDID. This is kind of a reassurance video/an advice video. A system that we know quite well recently reached out to us. We wanted to film something on behalf of a particular alter, so Skyler, this is dedicated to you. And… to… Continue Reading How To Feel COMFORTABLE In YOUR BODY! | Dysphoria & Dysmorphia
Hey guys, it’s Hannah. So today is really interesting because we’re going to talk about body image and how it relates to bipolar disorder; specifically, in my case, obviously. I struggled with an eating disorder, which a lot of people don’t know, for years. I got this horrible, horrible negative… Continue Reading Bipolar and Body Image
And we have Jillian – she says, “Well, here’s a tough question to get the ball rolling for those of us who are in extreme trauma right now. What is the one thing that we can do to experience less pain?” Oh! That’s a tough one. My name is Angie… Continue Reading How To Deal With Emotional Pain: Tips for Managing Emotional Pain in Narcissistic Abuse Recovery
I’m Chris Grimsley I’m 34 years old and I’m a military veteran. I served in the Army from 2004 to 2008 and the 82nd airborne alpha battery ii 319 field artillery resident as a tactical data system specialist being in the airborne unit it’s it’s a little bit faster pace… Continue Reading Light for Veterans and Active Duty Military, relief is here.
My relationship with my body has always been one that has ebbed and flowed. I have been in phases where I’ve absolutely loved myself. I’ve been so gung-ho about how I feel. And others, like the phase I’m currently in, where I’m not quite feeling that. Normally, it’s a bad… Continue Reading My Relationship With Body Image
This video was sponsored by our friends over at Hollywood Health & Society. Thanks guys! Hey There! Welcome to Life Noggin! Have you ever suddenly, for no reason, feared you were going to die, or sensed impending danger, or felt a detachment from yourself? These scary but very real experiences… Continue Reading What Does a Panic Attack Actually Do To Your Body?
STPD, the hedgehog and me hi guys, welcome back after quite a long break today’s topic going to be surrounded around how a schizotypal personality disordered person can be helped whether it’s for therapy or medication or anything other us always I’m basing it on my own myself I can… Continue Reading STPD and getting treatment [CC]
Imagine this, one night you’re just sitting alone watching sports on TV. Suddenly that TV screen seems really far away, as if the room has expanded right in front of your very eyes. You panic, and so look down to see where your phone is, only the device is massive… Continue Reading This Syndrome Will Make You Question What Is Real (Alice In Wonderland Syndrome)
Pain is a subjective high that is verbose enough to make its presence felt in the most fascinating of ways. This article explores the interactive zone between thespian pain induced by emotional highs, the delightful pain of carnal pursuits and the corporeal pain experienced due to physical lesion. Pain is… Continue Reading The Innuendos of Pain