Got Parts?: An Insider's Guide to Managing Life Successfully with Dissociative Identity Disorder, A.T. W
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   Got Parts?: An Insider's Guide to Managing Life Successfully with Dissociative Identity Disorder - Price: $16.95    

by A.T. W, ISBN: 978-1-932690-03-3
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Written by a survivor of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), “Got Parts?” is filled with successful coping techniques and strategies to enhance the day-to-day functioning of adult survivors of (DID) in relationships, work, parenting, self-confidence, and self-care. It will help you introduce yourself to your internal family and improve its communication, integration, and well-being. Although written to carefully avoid triggering, it delivers well-grounded guidelines for living that DID people need to do on the way to recovery. Coping strategies included help you with issues related to triggers, flashbacks, and body memories. Got Parts also includes a detailed list of useful outside resources. This book is intended to be used in conjunction with a therapist and is not a substitute for therapy. [ Rate Book ]  [ Report Listing ]

Book Review :

Don't let the size fool you. If you have been diagnosed with DID, then this little book of 109 pages is what you need. It doesn't go into the hows and whys of DID, the DID Source Book is great for that. What "Got Parts?" gives you is a day to day manual for getting through life with DID. I carry it in my backpack where ever I go. There are times that DID just gets me down, so I pick up the book, thumb easily to the section I want, take a minute to read about what I need to do, then I remember and do it. Another great thing about this book is that it is written by someone who has DID, who lives and fights in the trenches of DID. This brings authenticity to the book. It also has an index and is easy to locate the subject you are looking for. The writing style of the author is very easy going and she doesn't ever break into stories of her past. There is a page, however in the very back entitled, "About the Author" who remains unidentified. Even then she never talks about the details of her abuse. It's just plain good advice from someone who knows. I have several DID books, but this one is my favorite when I just need to get through the day. When I have moments of feeling crazy, I open the book. When I feel overwhelmed with emotion, I open this book. It helps me to clear my thinking and gives me immediate direction. In short, I really love this book.

Review by L.E. WILLIS(Salt Lake City, UT, United States)

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