#A to Z challenge: d = Darks

darks are insiders that are against being helpful to us. They are not co-operative. They like to do things that may be harmful, or hurt outsiders with their words or actions. a lot of this is due to the severe trauma they’ve been through. the darks, are holders of much pain, they’ve usually experienced severe trauma and have taken a lot of pain that other insiders couldn’t handle. It usually takes them a long time to trust people. In our system, Liz, Wendy, Willow, Cora, are all darks. They have slowly over time grown to trust Eileen our therapist. Liz also talks with dr. Barry. I am grateful to the darks for helping us when there was no alternative option. Now I want to try to help them find a better way of coping with their pain.

Author: Carol Anne

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.

6 thoughts on “#A to Z challenge: d = Darks”

  1. Hmmm, interesting. I’m glad they are willing to help you as they are mostly adults and could cause many problems if they wanted too. I’m very pleased as to how far Liz has come. xx

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  2. It’s good that you have progressed enough to want to help the darks be part of your whole and your life in this positive way. It’s good that they all trust Eileen enough to talk to her now and that Liz is trying hard and is able to talk to Dr Barry now too. You are stronger than you think, Carol anne, by not giving up on the darks and should give yourself credit for this xxx


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