The Masks of DID and Child Abuse

Our academic website has artwork contributed by a number of different people, including The Mark of Dissociative Identity Disorder by Jeff Song.

Here Jeff explains the meanings of all the difference components in his art, and how it relates to DID.

This artwork is used on the page http://www.dissociative-identity-disorder.net/wiki/Trauma-dissociation

A Song of Life: Being DID

So what do you do to deal with shame?

You wear a mask.

For years I wore this:

OUR MASK OF SHAME

<- This is what YOU saw.  Calm, collected, cool . . . unemotional . . . untroubled.

But THIS is what was going on INSIDE:

Symbology Explained:

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