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Multiple personality disorder is also known as dissociative identity disorder. It is a fairly common effect that arises as a result of trauma during early childhood usually an extreme form of abuse physical, sexual or emotional. People who suffer from multiple personality disorder may experience a lack of connection with thoughts, memories, feelings or actions that related to their identity. Multiple personality disorder is a coping mechanism for people to deal with a situation that is perceived as being too violent, traumatic or painful to assimilate with the conscious self.

Various symptoms exists in conjunction with multiple personality disorder. People with multiple personality disorder may have mood swings, feel depressed, have suicidal thoughts or tendencies and they may also suffer from panic attacks or anxiety. Multiple personality disorder can change the way a person lives by causing them to have out of body experiences, feel that the world around them is not real or that it looks foggy and they may also suffer from amnesia or identity confusion.

Treatment for multiple personality disorder includes counseling and long term therapy. Although there is no cure for multiple personality disorder, many people who struggle with this disorder do claim that they can live semi normal lives with proper therapy, treatment and medication. Other disorders that also occur with multiple personality disorder can also be treated such as anxiety or depression and this may help with the MPD.

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