Posted by: The Beehive 27 | March 24, 2010

Hello world!

Hello! My name is Bee and I have Dissociative Identity Disorder. I signed up for wordpress to be able to comment on other wordpress blogs. I’m not sure if I will use this blog, but the blog I do use is at


  1. Hi, Bee,

    I’m the husband a woman with DID. I used to have a blog but I had to pull it because my wife’s insiders just weren’t comfortable with it…yet. Hopefully as they continue to heal I’ll be back. My last “goodbye” entry is still up though.

    I’m not very good at jumping through everything so I don’t know if I’ll follow your actual blog, but I wish you well. As I tell all the ladies on here, if you have loving family or friends, LET them help love you AND your insiders. My 19 year old son and I have “married” the insiders into our family like daughters to me and little sisters to him, and they have made great progress, I believe, partially because they are finally are receiving the love, safety and validation they never got the first time.

    blessings to you.

  2. Thank you so much for commenting! It is so wonderful to hear of you being so supportive of your wife! I wish I had someone who was so dedicated. I have a sister who accepts me for who I am, but I think she is afraid to get to know my insiders. My therapist is the only one who knows them like I do.

    Thank you again, -Bee

  3. If your sister would be interested in helping but is afraid or has questions I would be happy to answer them. Her help would be invaluable to you and the insiders. There are so many things that I and my son can do that, as important as a good therapist is, they can never do. It is hard sometimes loving these little girls but most of the time it is simply delightful and it has been very rewarding to see them blossom and grow as they are getting healed.


  4. It’s not that my sister doesn’t want to help or isn’t interested, but she doesn’t fully understand DID/MPD even though I have tried to explain it several times. I know it would benefit me and my alters so much, but I just don’t see that ever happening. I think it would be amazing if my parents could do for me what you and your son do for your wife. But that is never going to happen for me. Thank you for your comments. :)

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