dissociative identity disorder

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dissociative identity disorder

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Part three consists of illustrative case studies, including one where he looks at both the neurobiological and psychodynamic formulations of a patient's disassociative experiences, and one that considers the unconscious transmission of Holocaust trauma.
What brings about this disassociative state in Tsi and the angst that accompanies it (such as when he feels like voiding) are the images of seeming disorder that the night life presents to him, coupled with the intensity of the rehearsals from which he has come, such that the apparent chaos outside of him intrudes into the chaos within him.
The self-conscious ads, the kitschy nationalism, the reappropriation of '30s matchbox-cover styles, the sterilized Anglo superheroes, the nods to ukiyo-e--all of these beg to be read as the disassociative pose of a hipster using weaponized irony to mock mainstream taste.
Mr Shuttleworth said: "It is not common to be as disassociative as Mr Thakrar.
She deploys Advaita Vedantic universalism alternately in the reductionistic modality as representative of the whole of Hinduism or in the disassociative modality as entirely unaffiliated with Hinduism in favor of a tenuous assertion of its roots in non-denominational spirituality.
The texture is so recognizable as to be trademarked: fast, daffy, tragic, witty, vivid, fabricated by the collaboration of associative and disassociative powers--interrupted at times by epithets of wisdom and grace.
Times disassociative force can't tear these two analogies apart.
LOS ANGELES, June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Showtime Networks has fast-tracked the pickup of THE UNITED STATES OF TARA, a new 12 episode half-hour comedy series starring Academy Award(R)-nominated actress Toni Collette ("Little Miss Sunshine") as a wife and mother who suffers from disassociative identity (formerly multiple personality) disorder, it was announced today by Robert Greenblatt, President of Entertainment for Showtime.
I have a disassociative disorder, which basically means the world doesn't seem real to me, and that I'm not connected with what's happening around me," says the 43-year-old.