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Postby Rive » Thu Oct 10, 2019 1:07 pm

So I noticed that I had been mumbling. It's been happening for awhile. I was able to catch myself doing it and noticed it was gibberish. Is this common with DID?
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Re: Mumbling again

Postby Floralie » Thu Oct 10, 2019 1:18 pm

Yes. That happens. Some other part can use your body or part of it, with or without you being aware of it. Talking, or in this case it sounds more like trying to talk, is one of those body using things. If they're not used to doing it, or they can't fully get thru, it can be clumsy.
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Re: Mumbling again

Postby andiKirkwood » Thu Oct 10, 2019 4:31 pm

Rive wrote:So I noticed that I had been mumbling. It's been happening for awhile. I was able to catch myself doing it and noticed it was gibberish. Is this common with DID?

I dont think so. theres lots of mumblers around me that aint DID. my pastor mumbles, my mother mumbles, my instructor mumbles teaching us, the cafeteria ladies mumbles sometimes when they are serving in the cafeteria, This morning when I went to the store to get my morning coffee there were lots and lots of early morning people mumbling. went to mcdonalds to get one of those mcmuffin pancake things for breakfast and almost everyone there was mumbling about something.

I think mumbling is what everyone just does sometimes.
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Re: Mumbling again

Postby Rive » Thu Oct 10, 2019 5:04 pm

I understand that but it doesnt come out as anything normal. It's jibberish.

-- Thu Oct 10, 2019 12:04 pm --

I understand that but it doesnt come out as anything normal. It's jibberish.
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Re: Mumbling again

Postby andiKirkwood » Thu Oct 10, 2019 8:21 pm

Rive wrote:I understand that but it doesnt come out as anything normal. It's jibberish.

-- Thu Oct 10, 2019 12:04 pm --

I understand that but it doesnt come out as anything normal. It's jibberish.


here we go with the clogged drain.
you asked us if YOU mumbling is part of your DID
one person said yes
one person said no
you start posting tearing apart our replied to you

time for you to be the T.

its your body
its your DID
therefore YOU already know the answer

you be the T.

you are the T and your patent writes to you what you posted, what do YOU think on whether this is normal for their DID or not.

Do you tell them this is part of their DID
do you tell them that this is not part of their DID.

cant aint going to tell you whats what in you. you tell us whats what in you. you say you been diagnosed, that means you already know if this is normal or a DID thing.

why not google mumbling and talking Jibberish is DID. I did one day and it lots of of specialists say talking in mumbles and jibberish is normal and a learned behavior, its also what drug addicts and alcoholics when they have done too much drugs or drank too much.

try google they even have videos on mumbling talking jibberish how to do it, how not to do it, lots of great stuff on google
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Re: Mumbling again

Postby Rive » Thu Oct 10, 2019 8:31 pm

I have only been diagnosed for 6 months. I dont know what is DID and what is not DID if I did I wouldn't have to come on a forum and ask.
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Re: Mumbling again

Postby andiKirkwood » Thu Oct 10, 2019 9:50 pm

Rive wrote:I have only been diagnosed for 6 months. I dont know what is DID and what is not DID if I did I wouldn't have to come on a forum and ask.


DIAGNOSED only 6 months can I laugh here cause that sounds funny and like me when I first got diagnosed. now I see why my saying that was funny. I was DID before I got diagnosed, got the diagnosis cause it was there already. all my life breathing days.

you been diagnosed only 6 months but if you didnt have it before then how could they diagnosed you with it. like a kid and a cookie cant say the kid ate the cookie if theres nothing there to begin with like the tell tale smudge of cookie on their face.

DID is there already and I know if how I talk has been there my whole life breathing days or is something not DID (not there my whole life breathing days.sine this creep did what he did to me that landed me with DID. At the least my momma wouuld have said to me why you talkin like that, teachers always telling me aint isnt a word, if I were a mumbling and talking jibberish the teachers would have told me to stoppit. use my diction. my pastor would have said child speak right like you been taught to do.

you see om a calendar or paper how old you are then take away when you were hurt and that will give you how many years you already been DID even with out the diagnosis naming. you know if your mumbling and talking jibberish has been there for ever.
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Re: Mumbling again

Postby Floralie » Fri Oct 11, 2019 12:10 am

There's many systems in here, who got to know about DID later in life, and had no clue about it before. People close to them were not aware either, and that is normal and possible in DID. DID is a disorder meant to go under radar. They had no clue and that is not their fault if they have been misdiagnosed before. That is also typical in DID, to spend years in treatments and be misdiagnosed many times with different things. Having denial and being unsure, also normal things in DID. Starting to be aware of symptoms you weren't before after getting dx, also normal in DID. Symptoms can come and go and they do change. You can also have amnesia about them. Someone labeled as schizophrenic can have plenty of symptoms no one thinks anything special about, even if that was a misdiagnose.

DID starts in childhood, but that does not mean the symptoms are and stay the same throughout system's life. It's hard to tell how your symptoms were as a child if you have amnesia covering your childhood. DID in children or adolescent doesn't look the same than it does in adults. Some systems show clear symptoms outside throughout their lives, some don't. Some have inner communication from very young and are aware of other parts because of that. Some have that, but still aren't aware it's not normal. Some only start having that in therapy. There is no one way to have DID, it varies a lot.

Symptoms change all the time, the way you experience them changes. There can be times with lot of them, and times when it's easier. Systems keep on changing. Still, it's all situation normal.
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Re: Mumbling again

Postby Rive » Fri Oct 11, 2019 12:32 am

Thank you Floralie
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Re: Mumbling again

Postby ADarkerShade » Fri Oct 11, 2019 2:31 am

Hey!
Please don't let the harsh words of some people keep you from asking questions.

We are all here because we want to talk about our own diagnosis with all its problems, struggles and the achievements in-between. None of us know everything, we all benefit from talking to others.
I fully agree with everything Floralie has said - DID isn't a rigid diagnosis, symptoms and needs change as you and your life change.

Mumbling is perfectly normal, I am pretty sure have done it at some point and a lot of us still do it. According to Kaden that's how it was with us at the start, freaking him out quite a bit in the beginning. But as our internal conversation improved, it became easier and the mumbling mostly stopped. Okay, that's not entirely true. We're still a mumbler but now it's mostly stuff we try to stay on top of or stuff we try not to forget.

Do you have a T you are able to talk to or someone that's able to 'decode' what's said (if it's non-gibberish)? Or maybe a journal you can write down when you catch yourself mumbling or what you catch yourself mumbling? If it doesn't help decoding what gets said, maybe it at least helps you understand the surrounding when the mumbling occurs. Maybe there is a certain trigger

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