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Dear Little Ones

4.56  ·  Rating details ·  34 ratings  ·  8 reviews
A book about mulitplicity for young alters

A book about Dissociative Identity Disorder, written for young alters. The book helps young alters understand their experiences as part of a multiple system.
Paperback, 58 pages
Published April 25th 2015 by Createspace (first published April 24th 2015)
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Aparna Singh
Sep 29, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Dear Little Ones was a quick, beautiful, heartwarming read. I have never personally known anyone with Dissociative Identity Disorder, especially not a child. But I have seen and realized how difficult everyday life can be for children with even the slightest bit of mental disorders.

This world we live in, it is a mean place. Period.

I especially loved how Jade Miller, in her beautifully simple writing, emphasizes on 'choice'. You can choose to talk if you want to or choose
Mar 17, 2018 rated it liked it
I was surprised to find this was such a short book, but it may be just the right length for young children. Some people have criticized the illustrations, saying they might be frightening for children. They didn't look to me as if they would frighten even young children. I don't know how helpful this book might be to young alters, but others say it could be very helpful to them so I hope that is true. The book is done in large print, which is probably geared to young children, but the large type ...more
We Said It: Literary Reviews  w/ Ts Blogging
Title: A Children’s Self Help
“Dear Little Ones” by Jade Miller

Reviewed by T’s Blogging
12:33 p.m.

An old parable reads, “There is no rulebook to parenting,” and while that holds true for some, at times parents find themselves in unchartered territories, which leaves them baffled. It is refreshing to stumble upon a book that can offer an understanding, as well as assist a child and their parent in discussing a topic such as Dissociative Identity Disorder (D
Joey Reyes
Oct 02, 2015 rated it really liked it

An eARC was provided to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.

This review might possibly be longer than the book itself, but that’s the beauty of it. Because, you see, this book was not written for me. I have never heard of Dissociative Identity Disorder, but after reading this I’ve gained an idea of it. This book was written for children suffering with DID – and it succeeds in doing so.

Children don’t think the way adults do. This is seen as a problem by parents and teachers and other adults taking care
Whispering Stories
Oct 06, 2015 rated it it was amazing
**I received a copy of this book for free, in exchange for an honest review**

I’ll be honest and tell you that until being asked to review this book, I had never heard of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID). So with me, Jade has accomplished one of her tasks with this book, to inform and educate people about the condition.

The book is aimed at children with Dissociative Identity Disorder, to help them understand what DID is, how it affects them, and to let them know that t
Nathan Schumer
Really beautiful short book on DID. I am doing research into DID and this really helped me understand the mind frame of someone who has DID. Also, I feel I want to 'stay little forever'. We are not our thoughts, we can choose!
Jun 16, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: People with DID
Shelves: own, psychology, d-i-d
Awsome book to read to your littles (the younger parts in a system, of people with DID). Written especially for those with DID. Great book for a therapist/counselor to read to those with DID as well.
Elizabeth L.
Jan 27, 2017 rated it really liked it
Such a great explanation for DID, helpful for the individual, family and professionals alike. I loved this book and use it often when working with DID patients
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Jade Miller is a blogger, artist and writer. Jade is a Satanic Ritual Abuse survivor with Dissociative Identity Disorder (formerly called Multiple Personality Disorder) who is part of a poly-fragmented multiple system.
“Dear little ones, I know this might be scary and confusing right now, but my name is Jade and I'm here to help.” 2 likes
“Sweet little one, none of those things were your fault.   Other people made bad choices, or may have made choices that made you feel scared or confused, but it had nothing to do with you.” 0 likes
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