Welcome to MAH Network
Multiplicity also known as dissociation is a treatable issue should you decide to seek treatment for yourself. It is my hope that other survivors find this website helpful. I ask that you take care when reading some the articles to keep yourself grounded as there are no trigger warnings. On this website you will find many resources in the form of articles, as well as relevant books.
If you are a professional, seeking books about dissociation, please use this link.
10 Things I Want You To Know
Have you recently been diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder, borderline personality disorder, dissociative identity disorder or any diagnosis relating to the abuse in your past? What do you do with that diagnosis or label? Many abuse survivors take their diagnosis and research it on the internet, talk to friends, or family to try to make sense of the spiral they find themselves falling into. Some survivors join an online support group or forum and begin to immerse themselves into the role of survivor. On the surface there appears to be nothing wrong with finding others who have been through the same things we've been through. It might help us feel less alone. It might help us realize that what happened to us was not our fault.
- You are more than a victim of sexual abuse survivor.
- You are more than a person who was ritually abused or programmed.
- You are more than a person who was diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder.
- You are more than a person who was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder.
- You are more than a person who was diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder.
- You are more than someone's child.
- You are more than someone's brother or sister.
- You are more than someone's mother or father.
- You are more than someone's friend.
- You are more than any label or symptom.
Please remember, using any label to define who you are can be a problem if you forget that you are more than any label or symptom.