At 2/16/13 04:49 PM, tox wrote:
At 2/16/13 04:42 PM, beakerboy wrote:
then you have a very active imagination...
At 2/16/13 04:32 PM, tox wrote:
are puppy and mr man... awear of each other?Of course... We hate each other though. But we obviously have to get along with each other to a certain degree. Before we split, it was a total chaos because every action one of us made the other one was up in arms about. We can take turns now.
most if not all splits will have 3-4 or more personalities, and one of them will not have a distinct knoledge of the other 2 or more... in this case puppy would not really know about mr. man while mr. man will be aware of puppy and the primary personality, and the primary personality will be able to distinguish between the personalities of the other ones, and take parts that are needed to move forward mentally and survive in a world that is challenging the to change in such a drastic way that they cannot contain the different personalities. and thusly become split
puppy will contain your demons and hate but is more fun
mr man will contain your hopes and dreams of a father figure that you want to be
and your emerging personality is "split" only enough to contain the idea of allowing you to move forward in life and be you
where your demons at little bro
well thank you for analyzing me with the little information that I provided. It is probably possible that there are more personalities that I'm counting right now. But I don't know. I completely agree that Puppy thinks he is the only personality, when he is out his box. You got it right xD Puppy does contain my demons and hate, and is more fun. I do like the idea of being a father figure, and I do have high hopes and dreams for my future. And yes, the split happened as a result of the need to survive.
So if Puppy holds my demons, then when it comes out is the same time I am facing my demons. It makes sense because Puppy always talked about wanting to "correct the past" or fix it or whatever. I guess it's all due to my childhood. I was abused, neglected, mistreated beyond measure. Puppy wants to be abused badly, but only by the person that he sees is fit to do so. That's why he jumps out when I'm around certain specific people.