A New Series About Dissociative Identity Disorder

It has been quite a while since I authored an article about dissociative identity disorder (DID). The purpose of this article to explain to any new readers and those who are curious about what this enigmatic dissociative identity is and what it is not. Hint: It isn’t about someone having multiple personalities. Since DID is [...]

It’s Dissociative Identity Disorder Awareness Day!

It's March 5th, the day that folks everywhere who live with the diagnosis of dissociative identity disorder gather to spread awareness. Research and Essays on DID To help raise awareness I have made a compilation of some of the papers and essays out there concerning DID. The list is not all comprehensive as there are [...]

It’s Dissociative Identity Disorder Awareness Day!

It's March 5th, the day that folks everywhere who live with the diagnosis of dissociative identity disorder gather to spread awareness. Research and Essays on DID To help raise awareness I have made a compilation of some of the papers and essays out there concerning DID. The list is not all comprehensive as there are [...]

Men Living with Dissociative Identity Disorder

As many of you may already know, the ratio of men compared to women who are known to be diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder is 9:1.  The reasons for this difference isn't because women are more hysterical than men, but rather because in our society men are driven to hide what are considered to be [...]

Waiting for the Other Shoe to Fall

Life as a multiple has many aspects that we share in common with others who live with the diagnosis of dissociative identity disorder. But besides the existence of alters and the chaos that brings, I think the anxiety that comes with DID is one of the hardest. The anxiety I’m speaking about here isn’t from [...]

The Neuropsychiatry of Dissociative Identity Disorder

What changes occur in the brains of people who live with DID?