My blog’s backstory

I started blogging in 2012. I had another blog back then, just called, many of us’s blog.

I began blogging as a way to communicate with my alters. And also to raise awareness of dissociative identity disorder, and mental illness in general.

When I started to get likes, comments and followers, I was delighted.

We began to find like minded people on WP!

In 2015, I changed my blog and began blogging about the process of going through psychotherapy for trauma.

Again, people seemed to like it.

They seemed to enjoy my rambles about psychiatry, therapy, and mental health.

Nowadays, I do more than just write about therapy.

I still do that, but I also do prompts and blog challenges.

I still enjoy blogging, and as long as I enjoy it I will stick around.

I enjoy reading the many blogs of the wonderful people here on WP!

I hope my blog adds to the mix, and I do hope people enjoy what I have to say.

Blogging Insights 3.0 # 8 — Your Backstory – Salted Caramel (

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. 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.

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