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  1. Wooster, thank you for informing me. I was not aware of that rule.
  2. Oh, thank you, WinterRosie. That makes sense.
  3. Thanks, Bimbo Bear. I feel a lot better than I did yesterday. I'm ready to get back to fighting this thing, however long it takes. : )
  4. Bimbo Bear, thanks for the support. It's nice to know I'm not the only one. I've never really considered that fact that it could related to DID, but that actually does make sense. Thank you.
  5. I just cut myself again, after less than a week without doing it. The longest I've gone is about 2 1/2 months. When I've been keeping such big secrets for so long, it isn't hard to find my way around my parents safety measures. I'm sure you guys can agree. I started cutting when I was 13. My parents know. Now, at almost 15, I've been hospitalized 5 times. My family is reaching the limit of their tolerance. I can't blame them. My youngest sister, after witnessing one of my breakdowns, now sees a therapist herself. Today, my dad said I'll have to go live in a special home if I don't stop. I don't know what to do. I want to be with them and make them happy, but self-harm has become a part of me now. Honestly, I almost want to go away. At least then they wouldn't have to worry about me. I really have nothing left to fight with. That's why I'm reaching out. Thanks guys.
  6. I'm a bit confused by what you're trying to say, WinterRosie. Are you saying that you have DID? And if so, how do you think that relates to Anne, my "imaginary friend"? Are you saying she my be an extension of myself? Please explain.
  7. empty inside, thank you so much for the feedback. As to whether or not she's 100% imaginary, I'm not sure. I know logically that Anne is made up, but she feels very much real to me, if that makes any sense? As for how I perceive her, I usually can't actually see or hear her. She's more of a coping mechanism gone awry. Also, I'm not really sure if I'd be qualified to post on the schizophrenia forum, since I'm not actually diagnosed with schizophrenia. But maybe I'll give it a shot. Then again, this may be better talked out with my therapist. Thanks again!
  8. Dphxa, it depends. Usually, she is just a voice in my head that manifests itself as a thought that I can't actually hear. But sometimes, I do hear her. And thank you for welcoming me!
  9. Does anyone else here have an imaginary friend? Or at least a voice in your head that seems to have a mind of it's own? My "imaginary" friend, Anne, has been by my side since I was little. She is like a whole other side of me. She is never afraid to do the things I am so scared of, like insulting someone, doing something crazy, or making an inappropriate comment at exactly the wrong(right?) time. She has distinct attributes: red hair, gray eyes, pale skin, blue summer dress, brown sandals. She can be funny, clever, and a really great friend. But sometimes, she can be mean and demanding and controlling. She swears at me, tells me what to do. She even tells me to hurt myself. I'm not sure how to explain that I'm in charge without losing her. Any ideas, guys?
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