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Friend: Amnesiac Abuse Victim with PTSD, nightmares, MAYBE split personality?

In the past:  Shadow & I were friends since we were kids, but then when Shadow moved away, Shadow befriended Skye.  (using nicknames.)  But then as kid, Skye was molested by a stranger, and Shadow became aggressive toward anyone who would approach Skye, even if it was a friend to Skye.  A simple shoulder push, and Shadow would become the instant attack dog.  Shadow even stood up to a gang, of twenty kids & teens, who threatened Skye, and Shadow almost knocked out the leader with one hit, and the whole gang split - quick. But over the ye

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Relationship between PTSD and MPD/DID


... The relationship between Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and ... in particular sexual abuse. Both PTSD and MPD seem ... (PTSD) and multiple personality ...
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Nightmares and PTSD - PTSD: National Center for PTSD


PTSD: National Center for PTSD. Menu. Menu. PTSD. PTSD Home; ... Substance Abuse; Military Sexual Trauma; PTSD; ... Nightmares and PTSD. Nightmares are dreams that ...
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Trauma: Childhood Sexual Abuse | Psychology Today


Trauma: Childhood Sexual Abuse. ... By far the most common effect of sexual abuse is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. ... His personality split whenever we had a ...
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Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD) — Out of the FOG


Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder ... Selective Memory and Selective Amnesia ... The precise neurological damage that exists in C-PTSD victims is not well ...
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Child Sexual Abuse as a Cause of PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress ...


PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) ... Personality Disorders; Process Addictions; ... PTSD symptoms can also appear in the aftermath of child sexual abuse. PTSD ...
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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Abuse Victims ...


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Abuse Victims ... flashbacks, nightmares, indecision ... Survivors of prolonged abuse develop characteristic personality ...
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Healing from Childhood Sexual Abuse


Split Personality This is a special ... Posttraumatic Stress Disorder ... Now think about the many times you were raped and the many years of your abuse. Healing from ...
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Top 10 Dissociative Identity Disorder/ Multiple Personality ...


Top 10 Dissociative Identity Disorder/ Multiple Personality Movies . ... Violent nightmares and emotional abuse. ... which it represents as a Split Personality, ...
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Friend: Amnesiac Abuse Victim with PTSD, nightmares, MAYBE split personality?

Tell her than you'll have to back away from the relationship unless she see's a therapist, otherwise it's called a co dependent relationship.
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Should i call my ex girlfriend with BPD asking how is she ? Maybe a dumb question

Hi there again!  How are you doing?  Well,  getting straight to the point as I tend to ramble on sometimes,  could you maybe try writing a short note inside a nice card?  You will always be the better judge as you know this person so much better,  but yeah,  sounds as though a note containing a sensitive message might be a good move.  It can be very non-committal but getting to the point of you're wondering how she is,  that's all.  Hope you find your answer and that it turns out to be the right one!  There won't be a wrong move,  either way you are just asking about a friend you have concern for.  Good Luck and take care.  HUGS                  XXXXXXXX
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child sexual abuse

She was a child, and children have no context within which to put sexual abuse.  They do not necessarily get indignant and call the police, either because they have been manipulated by the person abusing them or because they simply don't really understand what went on.  I don't think she did it because she liked having sex.  Something else to consider is that women are trained by society from the time they are young girls to allow males to tell them what to do.  I assume she is not in contact with the abuser any more?  This was probably the best she could do, breaking away from contact.  Where you or I might have yelled and called for legal assistance, perhaps her breaking away was the same thing, for her.
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Need Help Please -- No Where else to turn

I saw your post sitting there and I felt like I wanted to reach out to you. I have very few suggestions to your many concerns. Can you arrange care for your son if you go to the hospial? The county hospital can't turn you away in most states. Often you can apply for emergancy medicaid once there. Do some of your own research and see whats out there for the mentally ill( lovely term...I know )Crisis centers In the meantime stay away from stimulants of all kinds Try to get hot baths Play soothing music Dress in warm confortable clothes. All these things appeal to your sences and will be soothing There is a post on here ( a boy going to dpt therapy wrote in Jan. I think) Go read a post by a lady that has done dbt she has a great list of sensory relaxers.
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HELP ANY ADVICE

Hi! I am sorry to hear that you have been through so much. Since you have SLE and cirrhosis, possibility of other autoimmune disorders co-existing with these is always there. So your gut troubles could be due to celiac disease, Crohn’s, IBS, ulcerative colitis etc. Keep a food log and see which food items cause more problems and try avoiding them. Consulting a counselor, taking up some form of exercise, meditation, yoga, and breathing exercises will help you stay calm and jump back to normalcy. Take care!
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Suboxone withdrawal...when will this get better?

So are you taking subs now or are you clean off all opiates for 4 days?? Im just trying to understand so we can help you the best we can...Also do yu get subs from a Dr?
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Think there are issues, not sure

Welcome to the forum! I'm very glad you found us and I hope we can help you work through this rough patch. You have presented some interesting issues and while I could relate and discuss a few of them, I personally think the best thing for you right now would be to see your doctor for a thorough physical exam and speak with him/her about getting into some therapy. There are obviously some past issues in your life that need to be dealt with and more than likely play an important role in what is going on with you currently. I don't mean to blow you off, but anything I could say, while it may be reassuring to you to know you're not alone, (which you aren't by a long shot!) would not really do much for you in dealing with these issues. Briefly it sounds like you've developed some social phobias and some anxiety.......all of which could be leftovers from past events that were never dealt with. Which is one of the pesky problems with anxiety.............they can lay dormant for years and then "appear" to come out of nowhere. That you are faced with them now is a good sign that you are emotionally ready to deal with them. Which is my totally UNPROFESSIONAL OPINION! I say that from my own experience of past issues left undealt with for years. You gave yourself the same advice I gave you! Get a good physical to rule out any underlying medical problem and then some therapy. I promise that taking a pro-active approach to these issues will help you immediately. Please let us know how you're doing and write any time you need to talk.....we're always here and we know exactly where you are! Peace Greenlydia  
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Help me Help her....

Is there someone else who can take the child, you or another relation?  Maybe the mom would think that is a good idea, it would give her a break.
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Lack of feelings and anxiety

Have you ever had a relationship with a flesh and blood guy, someone you can see and touch?  You're very young and you're having an intense relationship with someone you really can't know by communicating over the internet.  And often, people realize their feelings have changed, that's why relationships end, especially with young people.  I think you should think a lot about starting therapy to figure out why, with all the flesh and blood people around you you're spending so much time on a theoretical person -- let's face it, people on the internet can be anyone.  When relationships end it hurts, more so for the person rejected, but it happens.  I don't know what your flesh and blood life has been like, but it's worth it to figure this out now.  Good luck.
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Can Aversives and Restraints Produce PTSD in People with Autism?

Very interesting. It sort of ties in with my thinking at the moment of whether it is good to mix high functioning autistic and aspergers children in with mainstream children.  I keep being told by professionals that they are good role models for these children.  But the fact remains that they are usually not supported in these environments and therefore have to deal with all the difficulties that mainstream children have, including bullying/teasting etc.  When you factor in the autism and speech/communication problems then most of these children must indeed feel 'trapped' in an environment that is alien, confusing and sometimes hostile. Afterall I doubt that most of those children with a diagnosis will be mixing with 'NT's' as adults.  I don't suspect a HFA would be off to the pub and nightclub of a weekend.  They do tend to naturally separate themselves along their lines of interest.  So why do we continually think we need to keep them together in mainstream schools? I would agree that there is a 'different arousal' process going on with those on the spectrum.  Indeed due to their anxieties they must almost be constantly in a state of high adrenal overload, which can have the same effects over time.  That I feel is another reason why low stimulus, low stress environments are the best.   But how should be approach the subject of education for these children with little motivation or desire to learn these things.  I don't have the answer to that, but I don't think the current system works.
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