Popular Dissociative Identity Disorder Books

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Identical Identical (Hardcover)
by (shelved 7 times as dissociative-identity-disorder)
avg rating 4.33 — 106,561 ratings — published 2008
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First Person Plural: My Life as a Multiple First Person Plural: My Life as a Multiple (Paperback)
by (shelved 5 times as dissociative-identity-disorder)
avg rating 4.06 — 5,945 ratings — published 1999
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Dear Little Ones Dear Little Ones (Paperback)
by (shelved 2 times as dissociative-identity-disorder)
avg rating 4.53 — 87 ratings — published 2015
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“And if we do speak out, we risk rejection and ridicule. I had a best friend once, the kind that you go shopping with and watch films with, the kind you go on holiday with and rescue when her car breaks down on the A1. Shortly after my diagnosis, I told her I had DID. I haven't seen her since. The stench and rankness of a socially unacceptable mental health disorder seems to have driven her away.”
Carolyn Spring, Living with the Reality of Dissociative Identity Disorder: Campaigning Voices

“Secret ceremonies in which malevolent men and women cloaked in hooded robes, hiding behind painted faces and chanting demonic incantations while inflicting sadistic wounds on innocent children lying on makeshift alters, or tied to inverted crosses, sounds like the stuff of which B-grade horror movies are made. Some think amoral religious cults only populate the world of Rosemary's Baby, but don't exist in real life.

Or, do they? Ask Jenny Hill.”
Judy Byington, Twenty-Two Faces

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