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Dissociative Identity Disorder (MPD)

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This page has been requested by so many people that adding it
has becme a must. Hopefully these links will help dispel some
misconceptions about what D.I.D./M.P.D. really is.
 

Dissociative Identity Disorder (formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder) seems to effect many people. It has been suggested that it is a coping disorder that helps people deal with intensive abuse in thier lives in a manner that allows that person to cope effectively.

       "My husband is afraid for people to know he
has been diagnosed with MPD. I'm proud of
him and wish all the people who dissociate
because of abuse could know how special they
really are!" Becca age 42

 

There are many sites on the web. These are only a few. I offer them to help educate others and to support the creators of these pages.

Some of the pages are intense. Some are triggering. Most of these pages do offer a guide as you go through them as to what material may be most suitable given the emotional space that you are in.

Always, when dealing with potentially triggering materials remember that you may come back at any time. Take the pages at your own pace. They do for the most part offer a wonderful testimony to the ability people have to survive in even the worst of circumstances.
 

Links:

Amazon.Com Links

N.A.M.I. Fact Sheet

Coming Out Multiple

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First Person Plural

International Society

for the Study of Dissociation

Shattered Selves

Multiple Personality Disorder

What People With DID 
Want The Church To Hear

Definition of Multiple Personality Disorder

MPD/DID Religious Tolerance.Org

Soul's Self Help Central

Allison's Home Page

Coping with Dissociative Identity Disorder

Dissociation.Com

The Hider's Story

by Jacqueline Gordon

 

Sidran.Org - Many Minds

The Trinity Pages

Gentle Touch's Web

Dissociative Disorders from DSMIV


 

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