We drive with Julie to our cabin in Branson, where we plan to meet up with Dona for a girls’ weekend. Sasha explains how our doctor is teaching us to eat based on water content of food to help our auto-immune disorder that’s caused by trauma. They also share about some of their differences, including different perspectives of DID and OSDD, as Julie is working on getting an official diagnosis. Julie and Sasha also share how they processed a conflict, communicately directly in healthy ways so as to resolve it quickly and without drama. Trigger warning for mention of eating insects (in context of candy found in a souvenir shop). Another trigger warning for the end of the podcast, when Julie is triggered when she is bumped into as she leaves a restaurant, and is dissociating as she tries to tell the story of what happened.