Dissociative Identity Disorder: Everything You Need To Know About DID

Dissociative Identity Disorder: Everything You Need To Know About DID

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Dissociative Identity Disorder: Everything You Need To Know About DID

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If you think you have some of the symptoms or if you know someone with dissociative identity disorder, then it may feel confusing and overwhelming. Movies & TV shows often wrongly portray individuals with DID as violent or evil. However, that is far from the truth and only leads to spreading myths and misconceptions about this mental disorder.

If you want to help a loved one with DID or seek help for yourself, start by educating yourself about this psychological illness. You should also make an appointment with a doctor and talk to them to get proper information. A mental health professional can not only help you get a better idea about DID but also help you or your loved one reduce its effect and improve their quality of life.

Here is an interesting video on DID that you may find helpful:

Dissociative Identity Disorder: Everything You Need To Know About DID

1 thought on “Dissociative Identity Disorder: Everything You Need To Know About DID”

  1. Avatar of Anonymous

    As someone with DID I hate the use of photos from the movie Split, it makes out people with DID to be monsters, not victims of immense pain and trauma, which is what they are. If you want to educate people about DID, that’s great, but be very careful, false information can tear apart relationships and lives.

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