Multiple Personalities Disorder Analysis

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Multiple Personality Disorders (MPD), or what has been re-classified, Dissociative Idenitfy Disorder (DID), is a deliberating and frightening illness for the DID individual; as well as their friends and family. The meaning of DID (Dissoiative Idenity Disorder) usually means that a person has more than two self-states or identities, which often times appear like entirely different personalities. When one is under the control of one identity, the person usually is unable to remember some of the events, but is able to keep other personalities in control. A well-known girl with multiple personalities is one of many victims of this diagnosis. Many psychiatrist studied her behaviors, and learned from the documented history of her behaviors.…show more content…
Some Physical differences each alter within a multiple have their own history, personalities that are unique to them, body movements, facial expressions, how they express their communication verbally, also tone and pitch. Another indicator of a symptom of (MPD) Multiple Personality Disorder, is handwriting style differences. Time loss is another symptom. The final symptom of (MPD) Multiple Personality Disorder is depression that includes suicide and self-mutilation. With self-mutilation, it includes body memories and nightmares. This symptom is the most common in the breakdown of symptoms. This disorder is typically treated with therapy and psychotropic medication. This medication must be carefully monitored. Some of these people who suffer from this disorder, believe that have multiple personalities which they then take on a life of their own within the individual. Their personality is the sum of these identities, which have been split off at some point in the past. This split usually causes multiple traumatic events to the individual. There are many different ways to act towards someone with (MPD) Multiple Personality Disorder. 1.) Someone emphasizing, even if it's difficult to imagine having alters. 2.) A person with dissociative identity disorder that might feel like he or she "loses time" or left in a "dark place when their alter idenitities are in control. 3.) Do not trivialize someone with (MPD) Multiple Personality

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