Category Archives: Dealing with Denial

Articles dealing with denial by Svali and other authors.

Education Matters: Denial in Dissociation

Jul 3, 2002 – © Diane W. Hawkins, M.A. “…when denial is no longer needed, neither is dissociation.”Once considered merely an annoying appendage to the diagnosis of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), denial is now being recognized as the glue that … Continue reading

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The Importance of Overcoming Denial

“You know you’re making all of this up, it isn’t true. I certainly don’t remember any of the things you are telling me.” The speaker was my mother, two years ago, and she was telling me in no uncertain terms … Continue reading

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