What is dissociative identity disorder?

What is dissociative identity disorder?

Dissociative identity disorder is when an individual has two or more distinct personalities or identities. It was previously known as multiple personality disorder.

A person with dissociative identity disorder (DID) often has a “main personality,” which may be passive, dependent, and depressed.

Their alternative personalities or “alters” may be a different age and gender and exhibit different moods and preferences.

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