Help is not your enemy Part 1 (READ THIS MPD/DID)I've been looking through the MPD/DID community here on DA for a while now, and I've noticed that, as a whole, people are REAAALLY reluctant to seek out professional help be it because of fear or for other reasons, and are really into self diagnosis and other shifty, shady things. Looking for professional help seems to have this really negative stigma to it, which is something that I aim to debunk a little with this.Help is not your enemy Part 1 (READ THIS MPD/DID)2 years ago in Philosophical More Like This
Part 1: You don't got dis, yo. Stop making excuses!
Actually, I don't need help because I do got dis, yo.
Uh, no. I understand that the realization that you need help is something that you have to come to on your own, but please hear me out. A lot of people think that asking for help shows weakness and that you can't take care of yourself. Actually, it shows the exact opposite. Knowing when to hand the reins over to someone who knows what they're doing, someone that can help you, shows a mature, strong, and responsible individual. Part of taking car