From Coping with Trauma-Related Dissociation:

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Courtesans and samurai: Beautiful photos depicting life in 19th century Japan are some of earliest colour images ever taken. The images were all produced between 1863 and 1877 by photojournalist Felice Beato.
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“A central problem for people who have a dissociative disorder is that parts of the personality avoid each other and their painful memories and experiences, or they tend to have strong conflicts with each other.
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In the literature this has been described as phobia of dissociative parts.
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Parts typically feel fearful, ashamed, or repulsed by other parts.
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In particular dissociative parts that function in daily life want as little as possible to do with dissociative parts that are fixed in traumatic experiences.
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Parts stuck in trauma-time often feel abandoned and neglected by the parts that try to move on without them in daily life”.
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Do you have any stuck parts?
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Anger was stuck for me.
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