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My Monster Is Alive 2013 – Started Therapy!

I have decided I might try to start this blog up again. I started therapy, again, in the last couple months and I feel the need to document my journey in a more formal way than just the “therapy journal” that I keep random notes in. I find that evaluating the process is just as important for me as the process itself. However, I know I sometimes loose the process this way and need to always focus first on actually making progress. And then analyzing what worked and what didn’t. I hope I can find this balance here on the blog.

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My Monster Is Alive*

I am back and My Monster is alive!

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Therapy Script for Communication*

This is a script that I used in my last therapy session. I created this so that I could finally ask my therapist all the questions that have built up, mostly because of my fear of being vulnerable. I am hoping this script will help to open up communication a little more with my therapist and lead my therapy in the right direction.

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Session Splash – May 26, 2009 Part 2*

Another two hour session. During the first hour my therapist and i discussed more trivial matters (not really trivial, but only compared to the second hour) such as my roommates friends saying they did not like me, writing someone who fired me an e-mail, about my therapist reading my blog and my ‘therapeutic’ status. In hour two we further discussed my diagnosis and dissociative identity disorder. This was a long session so these topics were split into three posts, this is Part 2 of Hour 1.

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Session Splash – May 21, 2009**

This session we talked about my diagnosis, dissociation, and the ‘voices’ in my head.

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Safety First Checklist Part 2*

This is Part 2, a further exploration of the Safety First Checklist from the “Survivor to Thriver” manual. This part discusses my therapist’s notes on Part 1 and specific risk reduction techniques.

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