When You Hear The Beep.....beeeeeeeep........fraking...

Was reading this book at the book store about. D.I.D.
People with this condition can be put to whole.
Really?....you think so?

Let me get to the point. do i want to be fixed?
Who the hell said I was broken?
OK OK I know some of you wish you weren't this way. OK.
But come on go out there look at the normal people
Look at their boring lives. Are we bored? This book really
Pissed me off. They think we have to be fixed. Oh they can't
Be that way. This is all wrong.

There are a lot of you who are seeing doctors. Look them
In the face....ask them why they think you are wrong
The way you are. They either going to say your not happy
Or you should be this way.

Oh really?

Here is a funny question. How long would it take a
Person with D.I.D to write a novel?

Carl 1/7
ddcross70 ddcross70
36-40, M
2 Responses May 14, 2012

So far, I feel like my job is to love, care for and respect my inner people, while not letting them "steer" me in not-healthy directions like they have been.<br />
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Squashing them up and absorbing them sounds...like...dude, I'm not a spider or amoeba or something!

In our experience, keep in mind it's just me and my system's experience... We're not broken. The way we interact with each other, ourselves and the world is broken. <br />
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[Okay, maybe some of us... we're a little broken, too. - Steve]<br />
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But the "fixing" part is NOT a one-size-fits-all thing. There are many, many ways to "fix" things... and for us, it certainly doesn't involve murdering each other for some semblance of "singleness". Integration might be good for some people, but for us, it'd be tantamount to murder. That just isn't going to happen. We're walking out of this together, or not at all.<br />
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People can be happy without trying to force themselves into being a singleton. It just takes effort, and some changes in perspective.<br />
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Just our opinion.<br />
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- D