Jaycee has known about her DID system for a few years, and has a good therapist who she adores, but Jaycee has never met any other dissociative survivors. She feels alone and isolated, and wonders if other dissociative survivors have the same struggles as she does.
Tracy works full time, and she manages a super busy household as a single mom with 2 young children. When her day finally quiets down, Tracy and her system have no one to talk to about their personal struggles and dissociative issues. She feels lonely, and wants friends, but doesn’t know how to fit any personal relationships into her already overwhelming daytime life.
Stacey lives on a small country farm in a quiet rural neighborhood. His small town community gossips about anything and everything so Stacey wants to keep his dissociative issues private from his nosey neighbors. He likes his home, and doesn’t want any of the local folks to start ridiculing him or ostracizing him. Even if Stacey was to go to counselling, there are no DID therapists in his rural area. If Stacey wants to address his system issues, he has to work on his healing on his own.
Lacy was recently diagnosed with DID. She feels scared, overwhelmed, and totally confused by dissociative issues. Lacy has lots to learn about DID and more than a million questions. Her therapist is new to DID as well, so they are both floundering to understand what is happening. Lacy is motivated to work with her system, if she only knew how to do the work, and where to get the information she needs.
Gracie is a highly skilled, successful professional. She has known about her DID system for quite a while, and for the most part, manages very well in the outside world, but she believes she has to keep people at a distance so that her dissociative issues won’t get discovered. Gracie is highly protective of her privacy and absolutely does not want her professional career jeopardized in any way. However, she is lonely, and needs to have a safe place where her system can have time to be out for awhile.
Daisy has been house bound and agoraphobic for many years. She has numerous medical issues and has been disabled for most her adult life. Daisy's DID system feels too fearful and too broken to go outside, but they are invested in improving their home life and internal worlds. They would appreciate having other dissociative friends who understand the struggles they experience.
Blasi just lost her beloved therapist. She feels devastated, and heartbroken. And of course, the task of finding a helpful, qualified DID specialist is daunting at the best of times. Blasi is not quite ready to begin the search for a new therapist with the qualifications she needs, but in the meantime, she doesn’t want to be completely on her own without any support.