“How dare you…?”

  • My favorite: the verbal counterattack — a battle that is fought to the end.
  • You give the good woman a 5-minute lecture on DID and hope for understanding.
  • Taking note of it and remembering that this person may have problems too.
  • One does NOTHING!
  • You tell her it’s none of her business and she doesn’t have to look.
  • You let her take a picture ;-)

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