Comparisons between our psychiatrists

An old post from an old blog, comparing our psychiatrists, thought it would interest some of you my readers.

Multi-Me

We have had a few psychiatrists over the years. Because we are in the public health system, things change a lot. When your going private, usually you see the same person for years. This hasn’t been the way it is for us.

We started with Dr M. She was quite a nice person. A little set in her ways, but we liked her. Then again, we were young, and very unwell, we’d have literally done anything that anyone told us, just to feel better and become well again. We first saw her for a year. She put us on meds. She made us go to therapy. Unfortunately back then we had a severe eating issue, we didn’t eat or wouldnt eat hardly at all. We were severely underweight. The therapist she made us go to was attached to the mental health services, and so wasn’t very good. We didn’t like…

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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.

4 thoughts on “Comparisons between our psychiatrists”

  1. Hi Carol Anne,

    Thanks for sharing these posts. They are very interesting to read and I like to learn from your experiences.
    I’m so glad that you are receiving such good care from both Eileen and Dr Barry.
    May I ask a question please? How many insiders are there in your system? Do you know?
    x x

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    1. Hi. I don’t know the exact number but there are more than 150, we are what is known as Polly fragmented because we are ritual abuse survivors as well as having complex PTSD. So yes, A lot in the system, thanks for reading heart XXX

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