During the last years I have started to work more as a therapist with people who suffer from the effects of structural dissociation. Structural dissociation develops because a person has experienced so much insecurity and powerlessness at a young age that the personality has became fragmented. Instead of experiencing the personality as a whole, the personality in these people is made up of different split-off parts. These split-off parts may still have some contact with each other (cPTSS) but may also be so far apart that a person can disappear into the split-off parts. Someone may then suddenly ‘change’ into a younger version of themselves or appear to become another person. The latter happens to someone who suffers from DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder), formerly also called Multiple Personality Disorder. This is a very serious disorder that is difficult to treat, let alone recognise. Sometimes a person has had ten years…

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