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Multiple Personality Disorder – not just any dissociation!
Let’s be honest, we all daydream once a while or act like some famous character
or personality in front of the mirror. For most of us, that’s nothing but momentary
fantasy or desire that we like to escape from the everyday humdrum. Sadly, for few
people, that becomes the very reality of life. This leads to them having different
perceptions, personalities or characters at any given point in time. It’s actually
a complex mental disorder called Dissociative Identity Disorder or popularly known
as Multiple Personality Disorder.
Coming in contact with someone with Dissociative Identity Disorder can be a scary
experience. That’s because you’ll see them talking or responding to you through
various personalities (each distinct from the other) in a matter of a few minutes.
Figuratively speaking, one minute these people could talk like a Gandhi and the
very next, they could be a Hitler. You’ll feel as though these people are possessed
by some spirit but actually, it’s just their state of mind.
Here are some other symptoms of this disorder:
It is not easy to diagnose this mental disorder at first as it might be taken for
other forms of psychological problems. However, there are certain distinct traits
that can ascertain this problem:
In several studies all over the world, it has been noted that Dissociative Identity
Disorder is mostly associated with childhood abuse. This can be due to extreme physical,
mental or even sexual abuse during the early years of a child. There are also reports
of it being a genetic disorder.
This mental condition is fairly complex therefore there is no one particular treatment
that works. There is no medication for this mental condition per se. One has to
manage by using several therapies and techniques combined. In this case, the patient
should be treated with psychotherapy, hypnosis and counselling. The point is to
identify various personalities and triggers for such behaviours. Plus, one can also
learn how these personalities can work in tandem rather than creeping up randomly.
Medication is only prescribed for associative symptoms such as panic attacks, depression
One needs extreme patience and tactfulness when dealing with people who are diagnosed
with Dissociative Identity Disorder. Especially, when there are social stigmas attached
to these people like aggression and violence. Though, this is far from reality.
If you are living with these people, you’d require keeping a close tab on them as
they are known to travel or indulge in various activities without actually remembering