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Summary

Are they just “crazy?” Or is there more to it? 

If you know what multiple personality disorder is, you probably wonder how this disorder develops, how it manifests itself, and what can be done. This quick guide will help you get to the bottom of these questions. 

Another term for the disorder is dissociative identity disorder. There are causes, treatments, and symptoms. How prevalent it is is another question that will be discussed, as well as subtopics such as:

  • Common myths that may shock you about multiple personality disorder
  • How physicians and psychiatrists draw conclusions and diagnose multiple personality disorder
  • Why some people have split personalities, and how to interact with them
  • Medication and therapeutic treatments for the disorder 
  • The strange obstacles one faces when going through therapy with multiple personality disorder 
  • What ayurvedic herbal treatment can do and if it is something you should consider

With all the misunderstandings about this disorder, it’s time to get to the truth. Don’t deny yourself that truth any longer. Give in to your curiosity, and figure out what to think of this strange disorder that only affects a certain percentage of the population. Know what to do when you meet someone who has it, and know what to think of the treatments, medication, and diagnoses that are being given.

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©2018 Vincent Noot (P)2018 Vincent Noot

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  • R. Scott
  • 31-07-19

Ok text, bad narration

I get the sense that Eric Boozer is trying to crank out as much product as quickly as possible. The editing of his voice is terrible, the pace and pronunciation are poor, and the overall performance was irritating. For example: Ex-specially is incorrect. The word being read is especially. There is no x. Eksetra os not a word either. The word being read is et cet·er·a... pronounced: /et ˈsedərə/ The list goes on. Bottom line: a grating performance I couldn’t bear. Content was repetitive, not a real thorough discussion. But this wasn’t written by an expert.

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  • Linda
  • 06-09-18

chapter seem to repeat themselves

the chapters to repeat and they are redundant and can be a little bit confusing

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  • Ace Villamorre
  • 22-07-18

Fantastic!

This audio book gives some Medication and Therapeutic Treatments for the said Disorder. It really helped me because I have a friend who suffers from this mental Problem.

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  • Cheryl Peters
  • 31-07-20

applicable information

loved it and recognized having experienced all that was spoken of. I appreciated all of it

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  • Briar-Rose Aurora
  • 22-07-18

Very impressive!

When I started listening to this audio book I learned a lot. Thank you very much and because of this book I have become aware of such a person's illness.