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Old 11-08-2019, 12:39 AM   #1
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Thought insertion and thought withdrawal. I'm not talking about schizophrenia. Where thought withdrawal is where you feel like an outside source is taking your thoughts. Or thought insertion where you feel like someone outside of you are putting thoughts in your head. I'm talking about in DID where you feel as if a alien thought is in your head but you think it came from an alter. Or thought withdrawal where a thought may come thats alien to you but it is suddenly stopped mid sentence but you still intuitively know what they are going to say.
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Yes, of course. They are fairly typical symptoms of DID.
Sometimes I experience as "hearing myself talking", especially in therapy, but also in other particular situations. Sometimes I (or another alter) can hear our "self" talking aloud to another person but are dissociated from the content of what is being said. In that instance we usually try to let T know that we are aware we were speaking but we have no idea what we were saying. At other times (again, especially in therapy) one of us might try to talk to T about something only to have our thoughts suddenly and immediately be inaccessible to us. Both thought insertions and thought withdrawal symptoms in us are unequivocally due to dissociative processes and amnestic barriers between alters. And both happen to us quite a lot.
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Do you know a link that could give me more info about it?
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Just google Schneiderian first rank symptoms in DID.
Schneiderian First Rank Symptoms : Dissociative Identity Disorder Forum - Psych forums
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