See above all the excellent answer from Da ˇ G.(Excuse dear colleague, I do not get the beautiful breve above the G). Complement:
In The DSM 5.0 you will find the Dissociative identity disorder and its big brother, the multiple personality disorder no longer back.The two disorders took epidemic forms in the 90-er years, a lot of research was done and published about it, treatment interventions were selected, films, documentaries and books have been published. But the epidemic is over and you really do not hear about it.
This happens more frequently in the case of disturbances.There has been an anorexia and bulimia boom, there has been a borderline outbreak, in the 70-er years there was a phobia epidemic, in the 80-er years depression was in turn-today we have an ADHD and an autism epidemic. We are waiting for what follows.
Dissociation was meant to be in ‘ a little halfway through a psychosis ‘.You were not contacted by a person if it was in dissociative state (which already indicates that it is different from a psychosis. With psychotics you can get a contact. They were people who were here from the world and reported that they were unaware of themselves, time, place and person in dissociative state. To some extent dissociation is a normal phenomenon-we all find out that we are already at home, we have dreamed along the way, or dissociated and have driven the road on autopilot. Or we ‘ forgot ‘ the time: It’s been much later than we thought.
The multiple personality disorder has yielded spectacular literature from patients who could have fifteen alters.But yes: eliminated.
Update 23 – 04 – 2019: The Dissociative identity disorder is in the DSM 5.0, I see now. Key features: ‘ Fragmentation of identity ‘ and gaps in memories of everyday events.The multiple personality disorder is indeed gone.
DIS is a traumagerelatated personality disorder.That means that a lot of stress has taken place in someone’s distant past, that this person did not see any other solution than pretending it was not real, and he/she was not there. And with all the great power of a child’s brain, this person has split himself from within. And so someone created that could withstand this amount of stress.
And when the child had discovered this trick, nothing stopped him or her from doing it again when needed.And once more, and again, and again, and again…… For each situation another “I”.
Several studies show that DIS is much more common in women than in men.And it will not surprise you that the traumas suffered by patients for more than 95% are sex related. But also serious neglect of children is a very strong motivator for DIS.
I believe there has NEVER been a case that has been fully documented and published from a Patient with DIS, from diagnosis to healing.
Several reasons for this, but the most important one I think is because no one of DIS has ever healed.It’s a personality disorder, and you don’t cure it. Maybe we have about 50 or 100 years one’s skull lights, a few acupuncture needles sticking between those worms and put a few milliamps on it and that we then learn to feel psychopaths again or so, but for the time being personality disorders are not yet Cure.
Many psychologists therefore choose not to treat the CIS, but of the individual Alters and Hosts.Who often have enough problems in themselves, do not even have to wait for all the misery around “suicide or murder of one of their own”. Often these ‘ individuals ‘ already have whole histories behind mis-diagnoses as bi-polar or borderline, with all the wrong medications they have swallowed for years. ADHD or ADD often occurs as diagnosis and depression. And sometimes the individual personalities just really suffer from that. The one more than the other. As long as things are neurologically, it can. The one can be almost space blind, while the other can see 100%. The one can be right-handed, the other links. Man, woman, old, young, even animal….. Because if you have to run hard away, why not be a dog or a rabbit or a hare?
There are even psychiatrists who say that DIS does not exist, that it is all fabricated and that people who say they are playing.Well, I invite you all to come and stay with my partner and me for a week.
There are also people who say that DIS does not exist as a disorder, because it is something cultural. That there are tribes who worship it.Well, I would like to invite those people to delve into the stories of people with DIS and what they have endured in their far too young life. Let’s see if they still think it’s not disturbed.
This disorder (DIS) arises mainly because a child has suffered a trauma and because the child does not know how to cope with the fear, scary event, weakness and despair that entails a trauma that will take flights to a fantasy world to Relaxing.
There may be multiple identities that are usually from other sex or a child (alter identity) to fulfill the supplies and behaviors that are blocked from the host idendity (the patient).
The treatment is not easy.Treatment in DIS, which responds very well to treatment, consists of three phases. The first phase consists of the diagnosis, information of the person about the disease, recognition of the alter system and stabilization. In the second phase, traumatic memories are studied that cause divisions. The third phase consists of integration and reallocation. Although general psychotherapy rules and interventions are effective for the treatment, DIS has unique techniques for DIS because of its nature. The five most commonly used are; Adaptation to speech, mapping, orientation on reality, roundtable technique and assembly rituals. There is no medicine that the psychopathology (not AF!)
The treatment in DKB, which responds very well to treatment, consists of three phases.The first phase consists of the diagnosis, information of the person about the disease, recognition of the alter system and stabilization. In the second phase, traumatic memories are studied that cause divisions. The third phase consists of integration and reallocation. Although general psychotherapy rules and interventions are effective for the treatment of DBP, DKB has unique techniques for DKB due to its nature. The five most commonly used are; Adaptation to speech, mapping, orientation on reality, roundtable technique and assembly rituals. EMDR and hypnosis can also be used for traumatic memories.