DID. Dissociative Identity Disorder. My Own Confession (Part 4)

Amidst talking about Cecilia Steyn and the rest of the Krugersdorp Killers, I often withheld saying certain things. This is a somewhat sensitive topic for me, mostly because of how it makes me furiously angry with people who falsely claim to have DID and exaggerate it, and then use it to get away with… well, in this case, murder.

DID saved my own life. It DOES NOT kill lives!

Who Am I? (Part 2)

After so many messages and comments, since posting the podcasts, I started to see why people need/want to know more about who I am as a person, especially since I was connected to Cecilia Steyn and the rest of the Krugersdorp Killers.

I Am NOT A Hero

This is just something I thought I should say in response to the constant overwhelming and dumbfounding feedback I receive every day with regards to the Krugersdorp Killers. I am not strong. I am not brave. I am definitely not a hero.

Who Am I? (Part 1)

In trying to describe or explain who I am as a person, even briefly, I thought might help people understand why I ended up being Cecilia Steyn’s best friend. And, also, to possibly help people understand why I did what I did, how it effected me back then and all these years later.