disbelief

So, I told the director of nursing today about what the other nurse said to me about living with DID, and she said, “There is nothing I can do about that.” The incident I’m referring to is when I went to take my meds last night and I got so excited because Amilia came out and talked to the doctor and he believed me. I told the nurse this, and she told me that she wouldn’t acknowledge the others that she would only acknowledge me as Rayette. She said the others don’t exist…. I just feel like I’m going crazy. My own family doesn’t even believe I have DID because they haven’t seen me switch in the six years that I lived with them…. Switching isn’t always obvious. It can be very subtle.

2 thoughts on “disbelief

  1. i am sorry they dont believe you but sometimes its hard for people who dont know to wrap their heads around. if they dont have training or have never met anyone else with did it is probably just ignorance on their part. xxx

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