What is the Meaning & Definition of Multiple personality disorder

The mind is actually very complex. There are disorders of different types. Today we focus attention on the multiple personality disorder, a rare disorder that shows the complexity that can be different personalities in one.
It's a disorder that while passing unnoticed for the patient who is unaware of what happens, on the other hand, generates reactions in the immediate environment that often feels disoriented before the change of behavior of that person because these behavioral changes are not predictable.

When did Multiple personality disorder and what triggers it?

Multiple personality disorder also shows the dissociative identity disorder. The problem of Multiple personality disorder often show their first symptoms in early stages of the life of the person. It is a problem that can arise around a 12 years of age and the root of the problem usually has a traumatic event that left a deep mark on the subject as a point of origin. An episode that would like to forget and erase in a definitive way. Personality child manifesto is how imagination can become a positive resource for parking a specific subject and make as if it had been deleted. In the adult stage it is more complex to achieve this goal.
Any adult can dissociate itself on a matter specifically in a temporary way. This is true when a consciously an adult leaves parked a matter specifically to focus its attention on a different target.

Multiple personality disorder involves lose awareness of what happens

However, the difference between this type of dissociation and suffering a patient with multiple personality disorder is that the patient is not given account of what happens, however, when a person who does not have this disorder distance is a problem in a temporary manner, is aware of what is happening internally.
Multiple personality disorder shows the contradictions and internal inconsistencies that may experience a person who changes of humor depending on your status at that time. For this reason, therapeutic and professional support is essential to help the patient improve their quality of life.
Through dissociation, a person loses contact with the everyday reality. It's a defense mechanism for escape from the pain caused by a concrete reality, a reality that as stated above, was traumatic.
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