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Regnery, 1973 - Biography & Autobiography - 359 pages
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"Sybil" is the story of a woman with sixteen personalities - two of whom were men - and her struggle, against overwhelming odds, for health and happiness.This enthralling book is of interest both as a psychological document and as a moving human story. Sally Field and Joanne Woodward starred in the highly acclaimed film version of the book.

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excellent book, highly recommended
Basic Information on Dissociative Identity Disorder with sections on Basic Information on DID from the DSM-IV-TR, The History of DID/MPD, Diagnosing DID
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The Etymological Antecedents of and Scientific Evidence for the Existence of Dissociative Identity Disorder
The Diagnosis and Assessment of Dissociative Identity Disorder

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" Do you think life is all sunshine, singing and colors when you grow up? I should say not. You are bad. You are spoiled rotten. You better learn quick." - Hattie Dorset Sybil's mother Have you ever ... Read full review


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