In This Inspiring Memoir, Cameron West, Now A Psychologist, Describes His Life With Dissociative Identity Disorder, One Of The Most Fascinating And Least Understood Psychiatric Conditions Of Our Time Without Warning, When He Was In His Thirties, Happily Married, And The Father Of A Young Son, West Suddenly Had The Sense That Something Was Terribly Wrong With His Mind With The Support Of A Therapist, Over A Period Of Several Months, Twenty Four Personalities Emerged To Relive Long Hidden Memories Of Childhood Sexual Abuse In First Person Plural, Readers Accompany West On An Emotional Roller Coaster Ride As He Desperately Hangs On To The Slender Thread That Connects Him To His Wife And Son, And Some Semblance Of Regular Life In Addition To A Spellbinding Story, West Offers Rare And Unprecedented Insight Into The Fascinating Workings Of The Mind Of A Multiple And His Alters Coexistence With One Another And Those Outside Heartwrenching, Humorous, And Ultimately Hopeful As West Triumphs Over The Most Devastating Circumstances, First Person Plural Is A Story Few Readers Will Ever Forget.
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- 304 pages
- First Person Plural
- Cameron West
- 06 April 2018 Cameron West