little liz

hi. i’m little liz. i’m 8 years old. i hate halloween. i feel very scared. and very sad. and i dont want halloween to come.
big liz is helping me. she is 16 but sometimes she acts older. i am inside of her. eileen asked her to take care of me. she’s trying hard. i like big liz. she is strong. and wise. and she wont let anyone hurt me. she will protect me.
she says i can make this weekend fun. i dont know how. does anyone have any good ideas of how to make this weekend better?
little liz

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Author: manyofus1980

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

17 thoughts on “little liz”

  1. Dear little Liz, I think you’re a very strong little girl. You came out and said how you feel and that you want suggestions to make things better this weekend. First, I send you a big hug and squeeze over the internet. I’ve found that it’s sometimes fun to play word games. You and big Liz could take the word Halloween and make lots of little words with it If you don’t want to use Halloween, use Elizabeth or a holiday that you like. Perhaps you can talk big Liz into something fun to eat, although not too fattening as we all have to watch our weight! (smile) Perhaps big Liz can find a story book with stories for kids your age and read one to you. I hope you will start to feel more and more safe and that this weekend will go by in a flash.

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  2. Hi little Liz. I’m sending you a big hug. I’m sorry that you’re feeling scared and sad. I get scared too. I think you’re really strong to say how you’re feeling. I’m happy big Liz is helping you. It sounds like your friends who’ve written here have got good ideas about how to do something fun. Did you get to play your word game with big Liz yet? When I get scared, sometimes it helps me to do something creative. If we smell something nice, or feel something nice, sometimes I find that can change how we’re feeling and really take our mind off things. Baking cookies could be great for that – you can have fun squeezing and kneading the dough, see how the texture changes, rolling it out and choosing the shapes to make, enjoying the smell when they are freshly baked. Or painting or drawing something you like and enjoying all the colours, and trying different things like crayon, pen, pencil, paint…
    Most of all, I hope that big Liz helps you stay safe and that if you need to you can find other people who can help you feel and be safe. I’m sending big hugs and thinking of you.
    Ginny xxx
    PS – I really like the songs from Frozen too!

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