From Fight Club to Moon Knight, Melissa reviews 10 different TV shows and movies featuring a main character with Dissociative Identity Disorder. What does The Bag System think of the recent Marvel’s Moon Knight? What went right in all these cinematic features?
Melissa is now the founder and president of a nonprofit organization for trauma and dissociative disorders called “Multiplied By One.” In this episode of The Bag System: Dissociative Identity Disorder podcast, the programs and services that will soon be offered are discussed
Melissa C. Water responds to those seeking to find out how to get Dissociative Identity Disorder on purpose. Through the use of her experience with her Headmates of The Bag System, Melissa imparts a few meaningful thoughts for those who may struggle with who they are or want to be.
Melissa discusses her experiences in being a Headmate in The Bag System. She offers the perspective of what it is like to have DID, or describes what the voices sound like.
While Dissociative Identity Disorder is seen as tragic and like there is no hope, we can succeed. Melissa describes her experiences in failings and in rising to occasions while teaching what she learned that assisted her road to success.
In the final episode to season one of The Bag System podcast, Melissa tells an impactful fiction short story on what it can be like to have Dissociative Identity Disorder
Due to her Dissociative Identity Disorder, Melissa dissociated her way through school, but it seems that one of her Headmates was paying attention. Meet John Q, with his different IQ and use of language terms or knowledge than Melissa.
In a Dissociative Identity Disorder system, Headmates can interact in an inner world. Melissa refers to the TownSpace of The Bag System and discusses how to tell if a member of the HeadSpace is an alter at all.
While a misconception equates Dissociative Identity Disorder with Psychopathy, this is damagingly inacurate. Melissa speaks on her perspective of how this perception may have come to be, while also accounting for validating any show of aggression that may exist with a persecutor alter.
Melissa speaks with Tonya and Jaime about a confusing trip to New Jersey; prior to the Dissociative Identity Disorder diagnosis. What happened during that weekend, and what did everyone think was going on? Extreme happiness, euphoria, and a sudden high IQ are looked back on; finally, with answers.
Melissa speaks with little brother, Chriss. A revealing conversation starts off with a few surprises. How much were others aware of our Dissociative Identity Disorder before we were? What is hiding in those mysterious memory gaps? Chriss has some answers.
Those seeking answers will hear some less known signs and symptoms of Dissociative Identity Disorder, with an overview of treatment options. Melissa offers her own experiences with her Headmates in The Bag System as examples behind this psychology.
Melissa reaches out her system and receives cold silence, while other times, feels carried away in a storm of overwhelming dissociative conversations. Discover our inner world and the revealing complexities that it raises. Listen to audio clips of Headmates interacting. The intricacies of this Dissociative Identity disorder system are reaching out to each other; finding a way to lovingly wrap arms around a young Headmates.
A relatable explanation on the reasons for variances in when someone with alternate identities refers to themselves in a combination of I, We, They, or Us. Melissa’s journey of intense realizations in this episode come to an emotional conclusion in waves of reflection, fear, then comforting hope.
Is Dissociative Identity Disorder one of the worst things that can happen to someone? Or is it a fantastic power? In this episode, Melissa gives her perspective, then tells a story that she wrote to solidify the example.
Dig a little deeper into what Dissociative Identity Disorder is… and what it is not. Which Headmate is the “real” alter and are some of them evil?