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My DID Life

So. Hi. My name is Sophia and I am twelve, turning thirteen. I am sure I have Dissociative Identity Disorder but my parents don’t believe me. When I was three my best friend physically bullied me. Around then Sophie appeared. She named herself similar to me so we would be closer. She was my only alter for years. She is 17 and basically looks like who I wish to be. She is sadistic, flirty but touchy and easily angered. She is in love with my best friend Tom. Two days ago, I started getting tics and spasms. That is when I discovered Felix. He is a nine year old boy. Very superstitious and tends to stutter a lot. He is a prodigy and smarter than me. When Sophie started hitting on Tom, I was freaking out whenever someone told me. Tom is usually really fun to be around but recently has withdrawn and become kind of vacant. When Sophie had had enough of him blanking her, she freaked out and ‘I’ spent half and hour pacing up and down each of us arguing. Tom then tells my other best friend that he doesn’t have feelings and that he thinks I am faking. How do I prove I am not? I can’t get a diagnosis because my parents don’t believe me and Sophie and Felix are coming out more often. Anyone got any ideas?


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Re: My DID Life

Introduce Felix and Sofie to your parents. I'm sorry for what you're going through and I'm sorry that your parents don't want to listen to you, that's wrong of them. I say you go up to your parents and you introduce both of your friends. I hope they belive you and that you get the help that you need. Talk to your parents and try to convince them.

Introduce Felix and Sofie to your parents. I'm sorry for what you're going through and I'm sorry that your parents don't want to listen to you, that's wrong of them. I say you go up to your parents and you introduce both of your friends. I hope they belive you and that you get the help that you need. Talk to your parents and try to convince them.

Most psychiatric professionals don’t believe that DID is a legitimate disorder. If any of what you’re saying is true, it’s going to be tough for you to convince them that you have genuine multiple personalities. Instead I would look into alternate diagnoses...schizophrenia is definitely real, and there are treatments available. Regardless, you need to convince your parents that you need psychiatric help, and you need to get a professional involved.