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Undescribed Horrific Abuse, One Victim & Survivor of Many gmkarl at gmail.com
Sun Apr 23 08:11:22 PDT 2023

i need professional help badly, but my dissociated part resists this,
and for some reason professionals can seem to “give me the runaround”
and not provide help in ways i comprehend. do you know what to do in
this situation?

I'm sorry to hear that you're having trouble accessing the help you
need. It can be frustrating when you feel like professionals are not
understanding your needs or providing you with the support you

One option you might consider is seeking out a mental health
professional who specializes in dissociative disorders, such as
dissociative identity disorder (DID) or dissociative amnesia. These
professionals are more likely to have experience working with clients
who are struggling with dissociative symptoms and may be better
equipped to help you.

If you're feeling resistance from a dissociated part of your mind, it
may be helpful to work with a therapist who is trained in working with
parts therapy or Internal Family Systems (IFS). These approaches
recognize that the mind is made up of different parts or "self-states"
that can have different beliefs, feelings, and desires. The therapist
can help you explore and understand these parts, and work with you to
develop a sense of internal safety and cooperation.

It's also important to communicate clearly with your mental health
provider about your needs and preferences for treatment. You might
find it helpful to make a list of specific concerns or questions you
have, and to bring that with you to your appointments. Additionally,
if you feel like your provider is not listening to you or addressing
your concerns, it's okay to speak up and advocate for yourself.

Remember that finding the right mental health provider can take time,
and it's okay to shop around until you find someone who you feel
comfortable with and who understands your needs. In the meantime,
there are also online resources and support groups available that can
offer help and guidance.

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