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Dissociative Disorder Quotes: "when evoking personal recollections, patients with depersonalization often complain that memories feel as if they really didn't happen to them"

when evoking personal recollections, patients with depersonalization often complain that memories feel as if they really didn't happen to them




Dissociative Disorder Quotes: "The capacity for dissociation enables the young child to exercise their innate life-sustaining need for attachment in spite of the fact that principal attachment figures are also principal abusers."

The capacity for dissociation enables the young child to exercise their innate life-sustaining need for attachment in spite of the fact that principal attachment figures are also principal abusers.



Dissociative Disorder Quotes: "Those with dissociative disorders face a big enough battle living as multiples and dealing with past trauma. Like everyone else, they deserve to be heard and recognised, not stigmatised."

Those with dissociative disorders face a big enough battle living as multiples and dealing with past trauma. Like everyone else, they deserve to be heard and recognised, not stigmatised.



Dissociative Disorder Quotes: "Dissociative Disorders have a high rate of responsiveness to therapy and that with proper treatment, their prognosis is quite good."

Dissociative Disorders have a high rate of responsiveness to therapy and that with proper treatment, their prognosis is quite good.




Dissociative Disorder Quotes: "It is not unusual for subjects diagnosed with a Dissociative Disorder on the SCID-D to be surprised at having their symptoms validated by a clinician who understands the nature of their disorder."

It is not unusual for subjects diagnosed with a Dissociative Disorder on the SCID-D to be surprised at having their symptoms validated by a clinician who understands the nature of their disorder.