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Karen. 23. College student from NJ studying a BS & MS in Occupational Therapy. Ask if you dare.

This blog will contain references to PTSD, trauma, Eating Disorders (in recovery from anorexia), DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder), ASL, crocheting, baking, a smattering of fandoms, advocating for those with special needs and other miscellaneous subjects that strike my fancy or anyone else in our system!


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If you are the blog of a DID system or system member and could like or reblog this, I would greatly appreciate it.

reginahelperofreason:

I would like to follow more blogs and Alec believes doing this will make it easier to do so.

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Tonight I co-taught and ASL class for work with a certified interpreter. It was AMAZING. Goodness I had so much fun.  My hands cooperated and Hadley was able to be co-con with me for the majority of the class.  I have two more nights of teaching and I am going to enjoy them.  I love educating people about the Deaf community, especially the Deafblind sub-culture right here in NJ.

PSA for TV’s ‘Graceland’ on USA

Hi!

Just a warning to those who watch ‘Graceland’ on USA. It is a fantastic show and it’s now well into the second season. If you have sensitivities or are triggered by human trafficking, physical, sexual, emotional or verbal abuse and assault be careful watching this season.  The most recent episodes are especially graphic and potentially triggering.

Stay safe <3

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Stress is nothing more than a socially accepted form of mental illness Richard Carlson (via delta—cubes)

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"How Some People With C-PTSD Approach Affection" 

"How Some People With C-PTSD Approach Affection" 

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Hiya…

Er I am sorry for being um absent for so long.  A lot has been going on lately.

-New full time job at the Deafblind vocational center has been all consuming

-New therapist

-Lots of triggers (summer is FULL of them)

-Tons of conflicts in personal relationships

-Oh um a new relationship *ahem boyfriend*

-New-er alters fronting and sharing information / memories

Everyone is still around and we are back on here, please message or text any of us if anyone would like to talk.

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Dancer in Green (detail), Edgar Degas, 1877

Dancer in Green (detail), Edgar Degas, 1877

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