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Any experts on Dissociative Identity Disorder around here?

 
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Re: Any experts on Dissociative Identity Disorder around here?
it is a mess to live with. therapy can help, but it is no guarantee they will become 'whole' in the mind again. it makes you understand just how much trauma a person goes through as a child and the splitting of the mind is a survival mechanism. in some cases the personalities are not aware of each other. in others they are aware. i havent read any books. ive lived with a partner that has did. there are good days and bad days.
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oh I'm sure there's a couple idiots from simi valley trolling through claiming psychotherapy professionalism, at least.

bullshit traditional med-head cliche explanation about what sums up someone with a problem that deserves *serious* help and lots of expensive fixing up by a *professional*.

Please don't believe everything you read on the internet about mental health. It's designed to separate you from your money.

in one post I say one blackout moment one day long ago and this pops up top of the list pinned. color me suspicious. Please don't troll for anecdotes, unless you tell me how much you get per consumer from the government grant to medical research. dammit, fucking psych students fresh out of the school farm wanting to get paid. look, if you want pro clients, go be a pro, not a troll.
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Yea, pretty sure I had or have experience with that... When I was a child I was able to mentally escape my body and become a Lamp (Specifically a small Gold and silver Lamp which could dim whenever you would touch it's base) the said lamp was located just outside the abusers door ... I could give myself a jedi mind trick so to speak and would become a shell or body.
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Re: Any experts on Dissociative Identity Disorder around here?
oh I'm sure there's a couple idiots from simi valley trolling through claiming psychotherapy professionalism, at least.

bullshit traditional med-head cliche explanation about what sums up someone with a problem that deserves *serious* help and lots of expensive fixing up by a *professional*.

Please don't believe everything you read on the internet about mental health. It's designed to separate you from your money.

in one post I say one blackout moment one day long ago and this pops up top of the list pinned. color me suspicious. Please don't troll for anecdotes, unless you tell me how much you get per consumer from the government grant to medical research. dammit, fucking psych students fresh out of the school farm wanting to get paid. look, if you want pro clients, go be a pro, not a troll.
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Simi valley? Eep, thats pretty close by ~
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The brain is a quantum machine. A defense mechanism is for it to jump to a parallel universe to a safe place during traumatic experiences. It then becomes permanently linked to that universe. For some they can become the other them multiple personality disorder. For others they can latch on though sensory perception and they become schizophrenic. Then others latch on to emotions and often become manic depressive.
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That Could explain pretty much all paranormal activity from precognition to ghosts.
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Re: Any experts on Dissociative Identity Disorder around here?
oh I'm sure there's a couple idiots from simi valley trolling through claiming psychotherapy professionalism,

bullshit traditional med-head cliche explanation about what sums up someone with a problem that deserves *serious* help and lots of expensive fixing up by a *professional*.

Please don't believe everything you read on the internet about mental health. It's designed to separate you from your money.

in one post I say one blackout moment one day long ago and this pops up top of the list pinned. Please don't troll for anecdotes, unless you tell me how much you get per consumer from the government grant to medical research. fucking psych students fresh out of the school farm wanting to get paid. if you want pro clients,
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Simi valley? thats pretty close by ~
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990, comes on the forum to express his "experience", then attempts to admonish those that would express a simple diagnosis of delusional narcissism! lol
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Re: Any experts on Dissociative Identity Disorder around here?
The brain is a quantum machine. A defense mechanism is for it to jump to a parallel universe to a safe place during traumatic experiences. It then becomes permanently linked to that universe. For some they can become the other them multiple personality disorder. For others they can latch on though sensory perception and they become schizophrenic. Then others latch on to emotions and often become manic depressive.
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That Could explain pretty much all paranormal activity from precognition to ghosts.
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conservatively, the brain is an organ who's function it is to take input from the 5 senses and integrate those disparate inputs into a cohesive representation of the physical surroundings outside of oneself. how the brain's bifurcation process causes a skewed reading of reality is not a result of faulty inputs but more a conditioning process. the conditioning process is product of how the mind collates and interpolates missing information! lol
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Yea, it has been debunked.


There is no such thing.


Made for a good story though.








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Re: Any experts on Dissociative Identity Disorder around here?
The brain is a quantum machine. A defense mechanism is for it to jump to a parallel universe to a safe place during traumatic experiences. It then becomes permanently linked to that universe. For some they can become the other them multiple personality disorder. For others they can latch on though sensory perception and they become schizophrenic. Then others latch on to emotions and often become manic depressive.
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That Could explain pretty much all paranormal activity from precognition to ghosts.
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conservatively, the brain is an organ who's function it is to take input from the 5 senses and integrate those disparate inputs into a cohesive representation of the physical surroundings outside of oneself. how the brain's bifurcation process causes a skewed reading of reality is not a result of faulty inputs but more a conditioning process. the conditioning process is product of how the mind collates and interpolates missing information! lol
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it could be hypothesized that the collating and interpolating of missing data is a sixth sense function!
lol
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bifurcation is the brains natural operating state. it is the basis for decision making. bifurcation produces two separate trunks. it can be viewed as a tree with multiple branches extending from two separate trunks of the same tree. it has a superior trunk and a lesser trunk. this state of dictate all decision making processes. bifurcation is the basis for all disassociation.

for the average person, decision making has two primary arguments. a superior argument which entails the biases and prejudices filled with preconditions. the lesser argument is filled with doubts that must be addresses prior to making any decision.

it is different from a person in an aggravated disassociative state. disassociation has two extremes, schizophrenic and pathological. a schizophrenic state is the bifurcation process gone askew, not into a dual state but a multiply state of organizing, with a multiplicity of trunks. a pathological disassociation is where the bifurcation produces a superior argument trunk, vastly greater then the diminutive argument trunk! lol
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bifurcation is the brains natural operating state. it is the basis for decision making. bifurcation produces two separate trunks. it can be viewed as a tree with multiple branches extending from two separate trunks of the same tree. it has a superior trunk and a lesser trunk. this state dictates all decision making processes. as such, bifurcation is the basis for all disassociation.

for the average person, decision making has two primary arguments. a superior argument which entails the biases and prejudices filled with preconditions. the lesser argument is filled with doubts that must be addresses prior to making any decision.

it is different from a person in an aggravated disassociative state. disassociation has two extremes, schizophrenic and pathological. a schizophrenic state is the bifurcation process gone askew, not into a dual state but a multiply state of organizing, with a multiplicity of trunks. a pathological disassociation is where the bifurcation produces a superior argument trunk, vastly greater then the diminutive argument trunk! lol
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Re: Any experts on Dissociative Identity Disorder around here?
people with a pathological disassociation, rarely are intuitive. a pathological state limits the collating and interpolating of unknown data to fill in the pieces of any mental process. the limitation is because the superior argument trunk is not open to data that does not support preconditions biases and prejudices.

schizophrenic disassociation suffers from a multicity of trunks that renders collating and interpolating of unknown data virtually lost in a sea of ambiguity. such that one is unable to distinguish reliably between the correct intuitive choice presented! lol
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edit: lol

people with a pathological disassociation, rarely are intuitive. a pathological state limits the collating and interpolating of unknown data to fill in the pieces of any mental process. the limitation is because the superior argument trunk is not open to data that does not support preconditions biases and prejudices.

schizophrenic disassociation suffers from a multicity of trunks that renders collating and interpolating of unknown data virtually lost in a sea of ambiguity. such that one is unable to distinguish reliably between the correct intuitive choices presented! lol
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Re: Any experts on Dissociative Identity Disorder around here?
Yea, it has been debunked.


There is no such thing.


Made for a good story though.








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Okay. Yeah, that's why it's in the DSM-V, man.
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Re: Any experts on Dissociative Identity Disorder around here?
The brain is a quantum machine. A defense mechanism is for it to jump to a parallel universe to a safe place during traumatic experiences. It then becomes permanently linked to that universe. For some they can become the other them multiple personality disorder. For others they can latch on though sensory perception and they become schizophrenic. Then others latch on to emotions and often become manic depressive.
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That Could explain pretty much all paranormal activity from precognition to ghosts.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1712129


conservatively, the brain is an organ who's function it is to take input from the 5 senses and integrate those disparate inputs into a cohesive representation of the physical surroundings outside of oneself. how the brain's bifurcation process causes a skewed reading of reality is not a result of faulty inputs but more a conditioning process. the conditioning process is product of how the mind collates and interpolates missing information! lol
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It is the consciousness that is the mystery. Collation is not consciousness.
The brain has been proven to use quantum effects to process information through both entanglement and tunneling. Perhaps it is capable of much more.





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