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Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)

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Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD), is extremely different in comparison to daydreaming, getting lost in the moment or acting out our roles in different scenarios such as being an employee, father, son, etc.

DID is a complex psychological condition that is caused by a child undergoing severe repetitive physical, sexual and/or emotional abuse. This is labelled as a coping mechanism, which a child can develop under the age of seven years old.

If the child has no way of physically escaping their current extreme traumatic situation, the child’s mind then splits off into creating a DID person. When this happens, the original child will black out, or be put to sleep, so as not to know what is going on. The created DID person then comes into consciousness, to then endure the traumatic situation. When the traumatic situation is over, the created DID person goes into hiding, and the original child then awakens, completely unaware of what had happened. However, what had happened during this traumatic situation will still affect the original person in numerous devastating ways, even to the point where the original person will have no idea why they are feeling the way they do, or why they are doing something.

DID can only be developed by children under the age of seven years old and then during the course of that person’s life, they can continuously split off, creating new DID people, in order to cope when traumatic situations occur. If a child has never developed DID under the age of seven years old, it is impossible for them to ever develop DID later in their lives.

Every time a person with DID undergoes the same or similar kinds of traumatic situations, the created DID person will come into consciousness automatically, to take on the trauma. If different kinds of traumatic situations occur, then numerous new DID people are created. Each DID person is created to handle different traumatic events and can appear at any given time during that person’s life.

To describe DID, in layman’s terms:

Picture driving a car. You have the driver, a passenger next to you, and people in the back seat too. Typically, the driver is the original (core) person, and the other people in the car are the created DID people. The car is the body.

Now, while the road of life is going somewhat okay, the original person will be in the driver’s seat. Every now and then, one of the created DID people will give instructions or comment about what is happening on this road of life) called co-consciousness. If the driver gets exhausted (too much stress, etc.), it is common for one of the created DID people to take over the driving seat, while the original driver goes to the back seat (called switching). The new driver is in control of the car (the body). Now, one of two things can happen from here: the original driver can either sit in the back seat and observe what is going on around them (watching, but not in control); or they could pass out, completely unaware of everything going on around them.

When something terrible happens (on this road of life) that the original driver is not equipped to handle, then a created DID person will take over and drive the car (the body), until the scenario is over. Usually, in this scenario, the original person is put to sleep, in order to protect them from even witnessing what is going on.

Many people dispute whether DID is real or not, but it has been proven through scientific studies and brain scans that DID is, in fact, a legitimate disorder. It is very real. Unfortunately, most people with DID are never properly diagnosed and, therefore, they are also never properly treated. Even through proper treatment, most people living with DID are also never fully healed. DID is such a highly complex disorder that even skilled professionals, in this field, are still trying to figure it out.

Each created DID person can have different names, age, mannerisms, postures, eye color, handwriting, gestures, distinct ways of talking and more. To put it in simpler terms: it is as if there are numerous different people, all living and sharing one body. DID is described as having two or more people existing in one body.

The main aim of a created DID person is to resemble that of the original person. If you are quite aware of the different factors of DID and pay very close attention, you can see when a person switches or changes to a created DID person.

Unfortunately, with DID, people will experience a vast number of psychiatric problems as well, including depression, mood swings, suicidal tendencies, sleep disorders, anxiety/panic attacks, extreme headaches, time loss, trances, phobia, flash backs due to past traumatic events, addiction abuse and more.

Unfortunately, as well, DID cannot be treated with medication. It can, however, be subdued to some extent with certain medication to reduce the number of times the original person will switch to a created DID person. But to cure DID itself, is scientifically deemed impossible. The only thing that can help cure DID is love, support and a process of healing.

Living the life of a person with DID, in contrast to a normal person, is like the difference between day and night. A normal person without DID cannot even begin to fathom what a person with DID experiences and feels at any given moment because it is far too complex and far too different to how a normal person feels and operates.

Through psychological treatment, a person with DID can start to live a stabilized lifestyle, as they learn coping techniques when trauma occurs.

Some people, with DID, can also learn to switch to a created DID person at will – this is not very common though, but it is highly possible.

Most people with DID will experience chaotic noises or rather, voices, in their minds. What they are experiencing is hearing the other created DID people talking. The original person can also then often have the ability to talk back to these created DID people. This is fairly common.

DID is regularly stated to be exceptionally rare but this is because most people, who have DID, are misdiagnosed as having some kind of other disorder. There are not a lot of specialists that are skilled in the field of DID, so the diagnosis is easily swayed off to another alternative.

In simple plain thought, if you think about it, how many children, daily, undergo very traumatic experiences in today’s world? Or, how many adults can say that they did not undergo excessive mental and/or emotional abuse, at the very least, as a child? Those children/people then then likely develop DID in order to cope. Unfortunately, the majority of these children/people are never properly diagnosed or treated, and then end up living very chaotic lifestyles.

Please bear in mind that a person who has DID is not deemed insane or dangerous. The DID people are created in order to save the original person’s life and remain there in order to help the person cope with life’s daily dilemmas. The created DID people are there to help the original person survive.

It is important to note, at this point, that movies that are made around the subject of DID, are highly exaggerated and are only accurate to a minimal degree. Exaggerating this disorder is what catches the audience’s attention because it will then make a good movie. If movies were accurately based on the life of a person, who has DID, it would then seem rather dull and boring, as people with DID do live, somewhat, normal lives still. However, because of exaggerated movies, people have often become scared of those who have DID. At the same time, this also causes the people, who know they have DID, to remain in hiding for fear of ridicule or worse.

DID is a protection mechanism created for children of abuse. It is not something to be fearful of by any means. Each of the created DID people are supposed to resemble the original person, not create further chaos.

If the original person is kind and caring, the created DID people will maintain that core character trait.

However, yes, if the original person is destructive and violent, then the created DID people will also have this core character trait.

In both cases, the original person, as well as the created DID people, can be taught how to productively and properly conduct themselves in society.


2By this you know the Spirit of God: Every spirit that confesses that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is of God,
3and every spirit that does not confess that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is not of God. And this is the spirit of the antichrist, which you have heard was coming, and is now already in the world.
~ 1 John 4:2-3 (NKJV)

A demon is completely incapable of confessing that Jesus Christ is Lord, and that He (Jesus) died on the cross and rose back to life again. Additionally, demons, that have taken control of a person’s body, are not there to help a person cope but to drive them to insanity and destroy the person’s life.

DID parts, on the other hand, are completely capable of accepting and confessing that Jesus Christ is Lord, and that He died on the cross and rose back to life again. The primary function of a DID part is to help the core person cope through life, by hiding their painful memories and aiding the core person by taking on roles such as protectors, caregivers, and so on.

18The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because He has anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; He has sent me to heal the brokenhearted
~ Luke 4:18 (NKJV)

The NT Greek tells us that the word brokenhearted, in this Scripture, literally means, “To crush completely, that is, to shatter (literally or figuratively): – break (in pieces), broken to shivers,” and also, “the heart, that is, (figuratively) the thoughts or feelings (mind); also (by analogy) the middle: – (+ broken-) heart (-ed).” This gives us gives us clear indication that the human soul (the heart) can become fractured into pieces.[1]


A person’s identity is found in their soul (their mind and intellect). This is where the occult will drastically restructure the person’s behavior and mannerisms, through a vast array of methods, which then also effects the person’s mind, emotions and will. As soon as a child is conceived and born, they are subjected to ritual abuse and an alliance is formed between the child and satan, ensuring that the child remains faithful to satan, and to the occult, for the rest of their lives.

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