Heart Speaks

A blog dedicated to the survivors, supporters and the wonderful lovely people that have Did/Mpd

Including myself, I am Rose. I am a young adult from Boston,Mass and
recently ive found to accept myself and my disorder along with the voices sharing my outrageous mind.

Many souls (and possibly many more) sharing one heart,

We are Alice,Sara,Elisa,Brandon,Rachel and recently added Peter and Amelia and Damien! ( There will be alters popping in and out so fee free to say hi! )

Join us on our journey

mha-pauline asked: Hi, I run a blog called mental-health-advice. We help with all sorts of issues ranging from self harm to eating disorders to relationship and sexuality issues. It would really really mean the world to us if you could follow/post this for your followers, so we can help even more people. But, make sure that if you do follow, it is on mental-health-advice rather than this (my admin blog) Thanks in advance, Pauline

No problem! also follow us back! we would love to join with other mental health blogs and answer any questions on D.I.D. /Depression/Ptsd and etc based on experience and such.

Much love

-Rosie and selves





One of the most accurate depictions of a panic attack that I’ve ever seen.

Thank you. Just thank you. Far too many people don’t seem to grasp the concept of what a panic attack actually is. Getting upset is not a panic attack. This is. 

this is actually really accurate, especially the feelings of not really being there. i cannot concentrate when i’m having an anxiety attack, i can only concentrate on the anxiety itself. I had an panic attack yesterday and i can’t remember anything of what anybody was actually saying to me during that time, its like being in a tunnel and everyone else is shouting at you from the other end.

I thought the depersonalization was just me

(Source: gemmacorrell)