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Who am I today Every day we daydream or get lost in our ownthoughts of who we want to be in fairytales stories but get back to thereality However according to WebMD an informative health websiteothers develop multiple personality to escape from a situation orexperience thats too aggressive harrowing or dreadful to incorporatewith conscious identity This situation is identified as DissociativeIdentity Disorder DID or Multiple Personality Disorder MPD It is amental illness that involves the suffering of having multiple personalitiesand it affects how they relate to the world 1 To further expand on thedefinition of DID we should consider the causes symptoms and treatmentsthat are tied to this disease After years of research psychologists found that there is nospecific cause related to DID but it involves around the childhoodsuffering the person grew up in The suffering of the person during hischildhood periods may include emotional physical or sexual abuseHowever it may also be involved around natural disaster or war Forinstance a loss of a parent close relatives or friends can cause aperson to run from reality and become different characters Alsoaccording to WebMD the rate of females with DID is higher than males 2In other words females are more likely to have DID because they are moreexposed to sexual abuse and being rapped than males Even though DID does not have a specific cause but it does havespecific severe symptoms Some of these symptoms includes feeling fakenot knowing who they are or where are they hear voices in their headshave multiple names and are unable to recall what they have been doingFor instance a person with DID one day will be a student naming themselvesJames the other day they will be a completely different people using aprince personality naming themselves King Henry These people wontremember today what or
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