I Am More Than One: How Women with Dissociated Identities Have Found Success in Life and Work

I Am More Than One How Women with Dissociated Identities Have Found Success in Life and Work I ve lived this way and managed for all of my life And I don t view it as dysfunctional actually I like the way that I am and it works Lucy a social worker You can lead a fulfilled and producti

  • Title: I Am More Than One: How Women with Dissociated Identities Have Found Success in Life and Work
  • Author: Jane Wegscheider Hyman
  • ISBN: 9780071462570
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • I ve lived this way and managed for all of my life And I don t view it as dysfunctional, actually I like the way that I am, and it works Lucy, 44, a social worker You can lead a fulfilled and productive life, even with the challenges of dissociative identity disorder The women in I Am More than One are living proof that you can find new sources of strength through fI ve lived this way and managed for all of my life And I don t view it as dysfunctional, actually I like the way that I am, and it works Lucy, 44, a social worker You can lead a fulfilled and productive life, even with the challenges of dissociative identity disorder The women in I Am More than One are living proof that you can find new sources of strength through family and friends, build a rewarding, successful career, and still hold on to your own unique identity Their stories are messages of hope and encouragement drawn from their real life experiences as working women who have struggled, endured, and, ultimately, prevailed You ll meet Samantha, a lawyer who learned that one part of her mind helped her earn her degree and launch her own business while other parts had no idea what was happening Reba, a registered nurse with multiple personalities who negotiates with all of them to perform different everyday tasks smoothly Caroline, a busy grandmother and accountant who enjoys having part of her mind exclusively for work and seven other strong, unforgettable women who are trying to live their lives to the fullest.

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    1. This book is interesting and gives good insight to a complicated condition. It depicts women who are functioning well in society but they also have DID. It is a shame our world is not more accepting of DID or any other mental illness and that those who suffer from these issues have to keep them hidden in order to not be shunned. "If people who have parts could disclose their compartmentalized minds without negative repercussions, they would be free to teach to singletons much that is fascinating [...]

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