Dissociative identity disorder

The Throwing Muses frontwoman is out with her rowdiest solo album yet. She only had to confront a torturous alternate personality to get here.
The only word to describe my experience with depersonalization/derealization is "colossal." When something colossal occurs in your life, it is meant to be learned from and shared.
Why does MPD keep making its periodic comebacks, despite not being a verifiable or clinically useful mental disorder? My best guess is that the labeling of 'alters' offers an appealing and dramatic metaphor, an idiom of distress.
As a child, Cameron says that he had been abused by several family members, but repressed those memories. Over the course
The power of our culture can be turned inward and used against us or it can be used to build strong families and communities.
Having a mental illness or disorder carries a great stigma with it. Having a "normal" life once the label has been applied is close to impossible.