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Hey, you didn't deserve it. Nobody does.

And it was not fair to call you a difficult kid...when we are little, we are shaped by the things people do to us, and tell us about ourselves, in particular our caretakers (whether our parents or other people in charge of our well-being). It does not mean that what we are told is true.

You had the right to get angry when hit or yelled at, and to yell back.

Whether all this that you described contributed to you being DPd - I don't know, but I know that my traumatic childhood had everything with developing DP in me.

There is a number of reasons for developing DP, as you have probably already seen, reading to other people's stories in here. In time, you will probably learn more about yourself, and the things that brought it about.

In the meantime, take care,

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