Janique Dissie

Janique Dissie

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OPROEP !!!!!! Ik zoek contact met de regio lotgenoten groep Prov. Groningen  Ondanks ik al vele malen Caleidoscoop een verzoek mocht zenden om in contact te worden gebracht met de lotgenotengroep provincie groningen, mocht dit tot op heden nog geen enkele respons ontvangen anders dan de antwoorden op alle mail: Uw antwoord is doorgestuurd.  k zou dolgraag in contact komen met lotgenoten Dissociatieve Stoornissen prov Groningen.

OPROEP !!!!!! Ik zoek contact met de regio lotgenoten groep Prov. Groningen Ondanks ik al vele malen Caleidoscoop een verzoek mocht zenden om in contact te worden gebracht met de lotgenotengroep provincie groningen, mocht dit tot op heden nog geen enkele respons ontvangen anders dan de antwoorden op alle mail: Uw antwoord is doorgestuurd. k zou dolgraag in contact komen met lotgenoten Dissociatieve Stoornissen prov Groningen.

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Genetic Link to Attempted Suicide Identified: Findings Could Lead To New Avenues of Treatment Research - Willing Ways Today

The Horror of a Psychologically-Trauma Is it just fear? An anxiety disorder?

Wat is nu eigenlijk een Dissociatieve Identiteitsstoornis. Laat ik een poging tot uitleg wagen. Het is een geestesziekte welke van oudsher ‘Hysterie’ op naam draagt. En welke in Hollywood speelfilms sensationeel ten tonele werd gebracht als de mens met twee gezichten, waarvan 1 meest gruwelijk moorddadig geweld vertolkt en de ander bedrieglijk kwetsbaar gaat. .... Of ......

Wat is nu eigenlijk een Dissociatieve Identiteitsstoornis. Laat ik een poging tot uitleg wagen. Het is een geestesziekte welke van oudsher ‘Hysterie’ op naam draagt. En welke in Hollywood speelfilms sensationeel ten tonele werd gebracht als de mens met twee gezichten, waarvan 1 meest gruwelijk moorddadig geweld vertolkt en de ander bedrieglijk kwetsbaar gaat. .... Of ......

uring a discussions on Google Plus someone who provides trauma-therapy in the US gave me permission to quote his text a public. And I want to do such because this discussion reveals the huge gab of understanding between the victim of Trauma and ‘some’ clinical intellects of Traumatology. It’s a discussion which carries a red line of a very common disagreement. A red line which isn’t even rare to the understanding of ‘suffering a psychologically-Trauma’.

uring a discussions on Google Plus someone who provides trauma-therapy in the US gave me permission to quote his text a public. And I want to do such because this discussion reveals the huge gab of understanding between the victim of Trauma and ‘some’ clinical intellects of Traumatology. It’s a discussion which carries a red line of a very common disagreement. A red line which isn’t even rare to the understanding of ‘suffering a psychologically-Trauma’.

The biggest misunderstanding within talking about DID comes with the ANP parts  Some call them a hosts, some call them alters, some call them my other personality’s and some call them all ANP’s. To me-us that is pretty confusing. So we had a very long talk about the ANP’s with our clinical teacher and therapist.

The biggest misunderstanding within talking about DID comes with the ANP parts Some call them a hosts, some call them alters, some call them my other personality’s and some call them all ANP’s. To me-us that is pretty confusing. So we had a very long talk about the ANP’s with our clinical teacher and therapist.

Introspection ! And the Observing part of our personality We are all able to observe or examine our own mental and emotional state, mental processes, etc.; the act of looking within oneself we call ‘introspection’. The observing part we call the part which carries this ability of ‘introspection’. So you could say it’s normal to have an observing part.

What happened to the main observing personality part if you suffer a tertiary structural dissociation of the personality?

I did receive the question: Could you try to explain in your own words and average understandable language; the different types of Trauma disorders (diagnoses), versus a Borderline Personality Disorder and the relation of both with Dissociative Disorders - without the interference of the understanding of a Structural dissociation of the personality. And my answer to it is: Yes I feel very honored to give it a try in my own words.

I did receive the question: Could you try to explain in you own words and understandable average language; the different types of Trauma disorders, BPD and DD

The Handling-system of our Personality 11-10-2014 We all own one Personality which is given color by our Self states¹ and Ego states².  Let us take a closer look at our main personality-states which handle every day life, the self-states and the ego-states;

The Handling-system of our Personality We all own one Personality which is given color by our Self states¹ and Ego states². Let us take a closer look at our main personality-states which handle every day life, the self-states and the ego-states;

Dissociation in Trauma: A New Definition and Comparison with Previous Formulations  Ph.D.ELLERT R. S. NIJENHUIS, PhD  Top Referent Trauma Center, Mental Health Care Drenthe, Assen, The Netherlands  ONNO VAN DER HART, PhD Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands  Published online: 10 Jun 2011

Dissociation in Trauma: New Definition and Comparison

Neglect versus Trauma   ‘Neglect’; a lack of attention or too much suffocating attention versus ‘Trauma’; severe wounding, severe abuse or experiencing a very shocking event  Is neglect the same thing as emotional or psychological 'abuse' - you are nothing, you are a bad kid, you are a stupid kid, I don't want you, you mess up my life, you weren't born by my own choice, etc.) ?  My answer to this question is: NO

Neglect versus Trauma ‘Neglect’; a lack of attention or too much suffocating attention versus ‘Trauma’; severe wounding, severe abuse or experiencing a very shocking event Is neglect the same thing as emotional or psychological 'abuse' - you are nothing, you are a bad kid, you are a stupid kid, I don't want you, you mess up my life, you weren't born by my own choice, etc.) ? My answer to this question is: NO

Trauma & (C)PTSD The levels of a Structural Dissociation

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can cause "splits" of the personality related to the traumatic experience, called Structural Dissociation.