Hello, My name is Bridget age 28. You have already read some about the others that I share my life with, but I would like to take this oppurtunity to share with you more than they have thus far. They have lived as a part of my life for a long time unknown to me, and with little or no recognition. I am in the process of learning about them and the things that have made up their lives and mine. They don't all have a pretty story to tell, which makes me sad for them. In some ways I wish that they did not exist, it would make my life simpler, would fill in the holes that are time gaps in my memory, and it would relieve me of the guilt I feel for not taking the abuse myself and allowing other parts of me to compartmentalize it in their own memoies. The plus side of being diagnosed MPD/DID is that at least now I and those around me, understand my behavior which at times could be explained as only bizarre. The other thing is rewarding about being MPD/DID is you get a glimpse at childhood again, this time in a good way and a way you will remember. I am trying to do as my therapist has suggested and that is to reparent each part of myself. That is not always the easiest thing to do, but sometimes they make it the most rewarding job. I am looking forward to learning about each part that has created who I am today, even though some of the things I will learn hurt immensly. I appreciate and love each one of them for protecting me and making me who I am today. I would like to thank each and every one of them for doing there jobs so well. Thank you!

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