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Shirley J. Davis
Shirley's Hopeful Hints
Nov 25, 2017
Living with a dissociative disorder can be very difficult. The hurdles one faces are tremendous, beginning with finding the professional help one needs to improve life. The chaos of dissociative identity disorder, is something I understand very well. I was diagnosed in February of 1990, and have struggled for almost three decades. With the help of a great therapist, I have reached a point in my life where I am experiencing inner-peace and wish to help others find the freedom I have found. I am an avid writer, and a public speaker reaching out to all who will hear me, giving words of hope, and offering information to end the stigma surrounding dissociative disorders. I chose for my disease to be connected with this page brain injury, because there was damage done to my brain by the extreme childhood trauma I survived. The biggest and most important message I have for you today is that there is hope for you, and I am a living example, there is life after receiving the diagnosis of DID or other dissociative disorders. Please, keep coming back and make sure to tell me in an email what information you would like to see here. Shirley J. Davis
P.S. You may also like to visit my blog site where I write daily on different topics regarding DID and mental health. www.morgan6062.blog