Dissociative Identity Disorder: A Student Daydreaming In Class

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According to a study performed by Harvard, the minds of people wander 46.9% of the time (Bradt, 2010.) As a student, daydreaming in class is something that occurs quite often, this is a form of dissociation. Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) separates the person from their original mindset, which includes the thoughts, memories, feelings, actions, or sense of identity of the person. DID is thought to derive from childhood trauma, or other events within the life of the person that has obtained the disorder.
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