About

Our Mission


To provide a centralized sources of information and support for other people living with Dissociative Identity Disorder.  To have a place where someone who is living with DID can ask others with DID questions about their lives. To share biographies of men and women who live with DID.  To provide a list and reviews of books/videos dedicated to important aspects of DID.  To act as a directory for finding web and real world sources of information about DID.  To provide a list of professionals who treat people with Dissociative Disorders.

Why do we call it D.I.D. World Map?

The creators of this site live with Dissociative Identity Disorder (D.I.D.).  It was cumbersome to find the helpful sources of information when they were first diagnosed.  They have located a lot of information over the past few years and hope that this site will make it easier to locate assistance with living with DID.   Many times they had to look through several pages of search engine results to find sites dedicated to DID or dissociative disorders.  They have set out to gather as much as they can about DID and list them all here.

There are people all over the world who live with Dissociative Identity Disorder.  There is a network of people that have something in common.  They have no way of knowing if they have crossed each other’s paths in the cyber-world. The aim is to have DID World Map be a comprehensive source of data for people living as multiples.

During the process of healing sometimes people with D.I.D. make maps to help with healing.  Our goal is to have D.I.D. World Map be navigation tool towards wellness and achieve a comprehensive source of information and guide for those who live with the disorder.  Sharing our stories, resources and answers to difficult question can make the journey easier.  In the larger scheme of life we are all part of the larger body called trauma and each of us are alters with a different perspectives.

What is in it for you?

We hope that this adventure will prove to be healing, inspiring and a catalyst toward knowing yourself and others. We would like to be a permanent D.I.D. WorldMap to navigate with the help of one system at a time.

Enjoy the journey.

How can you help?

  • If you experience life as a multiple then please share  this site with people you trust or have met face to face.
  • Vote on D.I.D. World Map polls
  • Contribute poll questions you would like to ask other people who live as a multiple
  • Send Biography of yourself
  • If you are seeing a mental health professional who helps you with DID specifically, then refer them here to be added to our list
  • Write a book review for your favorite/most helpful DID book
  • Tell us a D.I.D. website that you like or found useful
  • Give words of wisdom or encouragement

This site may contain content that may be triggering.  Take responsibility for yourself and your alters. We hope to be around be for a while.  You may want to have someone safe and in a position to be your barometer send them a link before you read content.  It would be nice to label everything but that would require knowing your triggers; which are different for everyone.  Be careful. Take breaks when you need them.

The material on this site is for informational purposes only, and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment provided by a qualified health care provider.

Any resources listed on this site directly or indirectly are not endorsements.  If you decide to seek out assistance from any of the individuals or organizations listed here, then please do your own investigation.

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Navigating the World of Dissociative Identity Disorder One Source at a Time