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Old 12-22-2018, 03:35 PM #11
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I think if this board wasn't available for public view and was private,for members only,I would feel more comfortable posting.
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Default Re: question is there any interest in having an integration forum board

'They' dont want to do it and even if they did there aren't many specialists who would know how to help.

Why should 'we' have to integrate? Things are fine as they are.
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'They' dont want to do it and even if they did there aren't many specialists who would know how to help.

Why should 'we' have to integrate? Things are fine as they are.
Thank you for posting possum. in this thread we are not asking whether you want to do integration or not.

we are asking others opinions on whether psych central should have an integration forum separate from the general dissociation forum.

example like there is a teen aged alter forum here and a Garden forum here for people to get away from the hard topics.

I asked Doc John to consider a new forum for dissociation area called integration. at the same time I posted this thread so others could post whether or not they would be interested in having a new forum for integration issues, so that those of us that are going through it or have questions have a place where we feel comfortable posting about these things and not trigger those like you that dont want anything to do with it.

Example if we had a separate forum for integration you wouldnt have to see integration threads mixed in with all the other threads.

heres an idea maybe you can start a thread about how you .......dont........want to be integrated.
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I think there would be more discussions about integration if there were more discussions about it.LOL

I kind of get the feeling there are members who do have thoughts ,questions,fears,etc about it but they don't feel comfortable enough to post about them,or maybe they don't really feel safe enough to.It's a tough subject to talk about whether a person is DID,is going through the integration process or they are fully integrated and I think it's important members feel safe and comfortable enough to do so.

Anyone have any suggestions that would help with that?
Personally, I donít care- our life is an open book....but we are an avid people turner off-er... so nobody cares.

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Personally, I donít care- our life is an open book....but we are an avid people turner off-er.
heck no I love your posts and threads. and thanks for your letting us know that you dont care either way for an integration board.
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heck no I love your posts and threads. and thanks for your letting us know that you dont care either way for an integration board.
Lol, that sounded wrong I guess....public or private forum I ainít bothered about....its just people that bugs me.

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Hi. I'm new. I'm new to all of this. I would *very much* appreciate a dedicated space to talk about integration. If we can't talk about it here, where the heck can we talk about it?

I know my input doesn't matter much because this is my first post, but it was one of the things I was hoping to find when I joined.

People who aren't comfortable with the idea of integration obviously won't frequent that area, which I respect. But where do those of us who really want to talk about it go to speak freely?
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Hi. I'm new. I'm new to all of this. I would *very much* appreciate a dedicated space to talk about integration. If we can't talk about it here, where the heck can we talk about it?

I know my input doesn't matter much because this is my first post, but it was one of the things I was hoping to find when I joined.

People who aren't comfortable with the idea of integration obviously won't frequent that area, which I respect. But where do those of us who really want to talk about it go to speak freely?
your input matters whether its your first post or your thousandth. welcome aboard and thanks for letting us know you are interested in having an integration board.

your question where can you talk freely?... anywhere. on the index page you will see lots of forums and their sub forums.

some people post in one forum that fits them and others like me with many mental and physical health problems and like to help others dont limit their self to just one forum.

do what makes you feel most comfortable and post where and how and what makes you feel most comfortable.

as for where to post integration issues since right now there isnt a separate integration forum we just post in the general dissociation forum where all kinds of dissociation threads and posts go (the same forum where you found this thread)

again welcome to psych central and the dissociative boards and thanks for letting us know how you feel about having an integration forum board.

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forgot to answer your question of where else we can talk about integration... one of the site rules is we are not supposed to be encouraging others to go to other website forums. or promote other website forums.

( the guildeline page says "Please refrain from posting links to other communities solely in order to solicit other members to that community. " found here where the rules and guidelines are for psych central Community Guidelines )

which means we cant post about where you can go elsewhere to talk about integration.

that said you can google on your own any of your own problems and find many forums out there and try them and decide what fits you.

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Hi. I'm new. I'm new to all of this. I would *very much* appreciate a dedicated space to talk about integration. If we can't talk about it here, where the heck can we talk about it?

I know my input doesn't matter much because this is my first post, but it was one of the things I was hoping to find when I joined.

People who aren't comfortable with the idea of integration obviously won't frequent that area, which I respect. But where do those of us who really want to talk about it go to speak freely?
Hello.Welcome.

Feel free to start threads about integration.I look forward to you doing so.
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Hi. I'm new. I'm new to all of this. I would *very much* appreciate a dedicated space to talk about integration. If we can't talk about it here, where the heck can we talk about it?

I know my input doesn't matter much because this is my first post, but it was one of the things I was hoping to find when I joined.

People who aren't comfortable with the idea of integration obviously won't frequent that area, which I respect. But where do those of us who really want to talk about it go to speak freely?
Hi kbonnie ii- welcome to PC!

Thatís a great post and your voice is just as valid as being a daily user of which I hope becomes a usual one.

Why not just post and start threads on the subject here on this forum? Itís really like itís not going to get too buried too quickly I suppose.

Iím more a reader then a poster I soppose...and having threads on the subject certainly would be enticing.
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