Links and Resources

All our Educational videos playlist:

 I will only share here what i think is worth mentioning or that has helped me personally a lot. Please dont message me to include you in this list.  I have an extensive list on our blog on Tumblr  with many systems you could follow there.
We hope this is helpful to people!

Power to the Systems A channel linked to this website and facebook group with over a
100 videos on dissociative identity disorder.
MultiplicityAndUs  A playlist created by MultiplicityAndMe that contains loads of awesome videos from all sorts of DID and OSDD systems.
Jeremy an Alternative perspective An honest channel about the raw life with DID
and the struggles this power system overcome together!
The Labyrinth System  a mostly educational channel with very good informative videos!

Facebook Groups:
Power to the systems – related to this website and our youtube channel
AlterNation – A safe support group for those with DID/OSDD
Dissociative identity disorder study group – A group where we can share and discuss theories, studies, articles and more.

Link to other DID blogs/vlogs and collabs:
Aiaw’s Journey A personal DID blog+vlog from a creative system!
Link to article with mention Power to the Systems by Is one of the websites that has been around the longest on the internet and they started spreading awareness and knowledge in the early 90’s!
A highly educational website with an amazing bootcamp!
– link to article with mention Power to the system video on communication tips

DID specialists, structural dissociation among other things:
Links to helpful websites/acritles:
International society for the study of trauma
and dissociation (isstd)
DID research:
Grounding Techniques:
The united front bootcamp:
The Significant Other’s Guild to Dissociative Identity Disorder:
DID medication overview:
Service dog tasks for psychiatric disabilities:
Questions to ask your therapist during first convo with a new therapist
The international bill of rights:
Guidelines for Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder in Adults, Third Revision