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Dissociative Identity Disorder In A Nutshell: A First-Hand Account

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Dissociative identity Disorder in a Nutshell is a book dealing with the realities of living with a dissociative disorder without using sensationalism but relying on as many facts as possible. Written by a person who has been through 27 years of intensive therapy to recover from DID the book talks about recovery, integration and finally leaving therapy for good, some topic ...more
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Published November 11th 2016
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Laura Marchildon
Aug 27, 2017 rated it really liked it
Although many books on Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) separately cover the topics of diagnostic tools, treatments, self-help, and memoirs, the author, Shirley J. Davis, provides not only her lived experiences with DID but her wide scope of knowledge on the topic.
Despite the book’s size, the content is very well laid out and concisely covers the topics of symptoms, causes, complex/post traumatic stress disorder, (C/PTSD), and types of dissociation; this last I found immensely interesting
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