This book is the product of a Campaign Day which was organised to raise awareness of Dissociative Identity Disorder (''DID''). The Paracelsus Trust undertook to bring people together, and individuals were enabled to tell their story to the audience. As this had been a profoundly moving experience, it was decided to put the presentations into a book and hence this publication. The book recounts some painful personal experiences and some ideas for ways forward, always recognising the pain of the condition and the abuse that precedes it.The Paracelsus Trust is a Charity which exists to support pe
COVER; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS; FOREWORD; CHAPTER ONE Introduction; CHAPTER TWO The art of Kim Noble; CHAPTER THREE Spiritual aspects of DID; CHAPTER FOUR Reading, writing, and reeling; CHAPTER FIVE The role of friends in recovery; CHAPTER SIX Satanic Ritual Abuse (the painful truth); CHAPTER SEVEN Personal and societal denial; CHAPTER EIGHT Living with DID; CHAPTER NINE Back to normal? Surviving life with dissociation; CHAPTER TEN Living well is the best revenge; CHAPTER ELEVEN Medical aspects of recognising complex dissociative disorders CHAPTER TWELVE How far have we come?INDEX
Includes index. Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed September 12, 2014).