I'm in the process of conducting a case study on healthy multiplicity. The subject of interest experienced profound improvements towards their mental health and functioning after accepting, rather than repressing, their plurality. I wanted to ask if there was anyone in the community that has a similar experience. What was the impact of accepting your plurality?
This question could apply to a plethora of situations, just one example being a tulpamancy system whose host initially rejected their tulpas.
I strongly encourage you to email me your responses. This will allow me to ask for details and information that wouldn't be appropriate for .info. Any information you share with me via email will be confidential until I ask for and receive explicit permission to use a statement for my study
. I published a study last year and, unlike other
papers on tulpas, appropriately handled every participant's personal information.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to post your response here and email additional details to me. Thanks in advance.
PS: Do you have autism, excoriation disorder, dyslexia, and a desire to contribute to the scientific understanding of plurality? If so, please consider filling out this questionnaire I posted a couple weeks ago: https://www.reddit.com/r/Tulpas/comments...new_study/