Here are some resources we’ve compiled about DID! Not everyone experiences DID the same way, so you’ll notice some discrepancies in language, symptoms, and so forth. We can only speak to our own experiences; here you can explore other people describing their own, as well as research studies that have been conducted on DID.
Trigger warnings: child abuse, sexual abuse, suicidal ideation, eating disorders
- What Is Dissociative Identity Disorder?
- Busting the Myths About Dissociative Identity Disorder
- DID Research.org
- Types of Alters
- Why Cinema Fails DID
- The Truth About DID
- NAMI: Dissociative Disorders
- For Survivors and Loved Ones
- Dissociation FAQs
Written by Systems:
- Sane – blog posts
- DID Is Not a B Movie Monster
- 27 Things People With DID Want You To Know
- Living With The Reality Of Dissociative Identity Disorder by Campaigning Voices
- The Sum Of My Parts by Olga Trujillo
- All Of Me by Kim Noble
- Understanding and Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder (or Multiple Personality Disorder) by Jo Ringrose
- Sidran Institute
NOTE: with the following video, we find the “Did You Know” slides to be largely inaccurate. We recommend the video anyway for Jennifer DeVivo’s and Sarah Desjardins’ contributions.