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An Unlit Path
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I Am More Than One
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Living with the Devil
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Overcoming Sexual Terrorism: 60 Ways to Protect Your Children from Sexual Predators
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Looking Through the Mirror: An Inner Journey to Freedom from Childhood Abuse
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You are not alone anymore!

Welcome to the Multiplicity, Abuse and Healing Network (MAH Network). I survived my childhood by dissociating. I am currently in therapy and working diligently to heal and integrate the thirty-some parts of myself that were dissociated off in order to help me survive. I have been slowly building the MAH Network since 1998.

You might feel alone. Do you know that multiplicity is not a healthy lifestyle alternative? Multiplicity is a treatable disorder. Are you looking for a therapist who treats multiplicity? Visit the International Society for the Study of Dissociation (ISSD). Make sure to check out the Guidelines for Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder in Adults (2005) (updated this year).

There are over 400 pages of resources here, many on site articles, as well as links to relevant books for both survivors and the professionals who treat survivors. Make sure to read Ten Things I Want You To Know About Labels.

Professionals
Maybe you’re a professional looking for books about child abuse? If you’re in the US or the UK, we have books for you. Make sure to check out the library for many articles relating to abuse issues.

Are you looking for information on Dissociative Identity Disorder formerly called Multiple Personality Disorder and more generally abuse, including, sexual abuse, sibling abuse, mother-daughter abuse, male to male abuse, child pornography, sex rings, ritual abuse, physical abuse, verbal abuse, self harm and healing?

  • Read archives of Survivors’ Voices, a bi-monthly newsletter, online since July 2001! Editorials, poetry and articles submissions are welcome from both professionals and survivors.

  • Tell your abuser what you feel! Don’t we all have so many feelings trapped inside, and sometimes the urge to say the horrors done out loud to someone. You aren’t alone anymore! Now you can anonymously write to your abuser at Red-Letters.com.

  • Read archives of ShrinkTime authored by Dr. Glenn Yank. Make sure to check out articles related to healing after abuse by Dr. Laura Russell.

    Resource Library (over 150 on-site articles)
    DID General Info, DID & Healing, Abuse, Abuse & Healing, Self Injury, PTSD, BPD, Eating Disorders, Sexuality, Anxiety, Therapy, Depression, Domestic Violence, Male Survivors, General Mental Health, Parenting, Learning To Cope, Anger

    Self Help
    ShrinkTime, Feeling Suicidal?, Addictions – 12 Step Programs, Advocacy, Dealing With Insomnia, Grounding Techniques, Hotline Numbers, Hospitals, Books from Amazon and Powells, Books from Alibris, Inspirational Posters, Miscellaneous, Spirituality

    Ink Droppings Ezine (over 350 editorials/poems to read)
    Ink Droppings Ezine
    Editorials, Poetry,

    Consumer’s Guide to Online Mental Health Care
    Introduction, About Credentials, What To Look For on Provider Websites, Informed Consent, Checking Credentials, State Licensing Information, What Does A Licensing Board Do?, Help Get Laws Changed, Support Online Mental Health Care, Online Mental Healthcare Surveys,


     
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    Disclaimer: I am not a health care professional. I am an abuse survivor. The resources on this site are for information and education only. Information on this website is meant to support not replace the advice of a licensed health care or mental health care professional. Please consult your own physician for health care advice.

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