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Realistic protrayal of Split personality :

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1 sabrina_diamond13th Feb 2011 05:19:36 PM from inside my own belly... , Relationship Status: Wishing you were here
I'm trying to write my story where my original character starts to develop a 'split personality' or (Dissociative I—- Disorder) but I have trouble writing about the 'symptoms' so is there an accurate way of foreshadowing these occurrences? Much help appreciated ^__^
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First, I think there exists this feeling of being asleep, and distant from the world — awake. It is like looking at a copy of a copy of a copy of the real thing. And also, the person will gradually find more memories that he didn't really 'experience'. The two personalities would likely never realize each others' presences, save for the abrupt gap in the memory.
3 DrStarky14th Feb 2011 04:20:30 PM from Corn And Pig Land , Relationship Status: Staying up all night to get lucky
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From what I know about psychology is that it's a soft science and there really aren't any constants.
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We know psychology involves the brain, its chemical networks and bonds and the behaviours that can result. They are constants in this science.
5 DrStarky14th Feb 2011 05:22:55 PM from Corn And Pig Land , Relationship Status: Staying up all night to get lucky
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True. All I know from psycholgy is from a psychology class I took this year in high school, so I probably shouldn't act like I know evreything.

I just wanted to point out that there aren't a lot of easy answers in psychology.
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