As an adjunct to my Q&A book about dissociative identity disorder, I’m building extensive resources on Pinterest. I’m currently working on about 20 “secret” boards, which really just means “not ready for prime time” yet. I’ll release them to public viewing gradually, as I continue to work on the book which they support.
Today I’m offering the second DID/C-PTSD board of the collection for your perusal: The Brain. It offers brain scans, scholarly articles, major infographics, all about the brain, and in particular, the impact of trauma upon the brain and its functioning.
If you’re on RSS and can’t view the Pinterest widget below, either click through to this blog post, or go directly to the DID/C-PTSD: The Brain board on Pinterest.
This is just the beginning of a lot of new collated resources for trauma survivors! Let me know if there are particular topics you’d like to see gathered in a Pinterest board. I may have one in the works already, but there’s always room for more!
NOTE: All links to DID/C-PTSD boards on Pinterest will be permanently collected in the new DID/C-PTSD on Pinterest page in the header topics above.