All Of Me: My incredible true story of how I learned to live with the many personalities sharing my body

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Little, Brown Book Group, Oct 6, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 288 pages

Kim Noble is an accomplished artist whose work has been exhibited around the world. She is a mother with a 13-year-old daughter. She is a bubbly and vivacious woman. To meet her you wouldn't think anything was wrong. But when Kim was younger than five years old, her personality splintered and fractured. In 1995 she was finally diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) which has been described as a creative way to cope with unbearable pain. Now her body plays host to more than 20 different personalities, or 'alters'. There are women and men, adults and children; there is a scared little boy who speaks only Latin, an elective mute, a gay man and an anorexic teenager. Some alters age with her body; others are stuck in time.
ALL OF ME takes the reader through the extraordinary world of a woman for whom the very nature of reality is different. It will tell of her terrifying battles to understand her own mind; of her desperate struggle against all odds to win back the child she loved; and of her courage and commitment in trying to make sense of her life. It is by turns shocking, inspiring, sometimes funny, and deeply moving.

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Noble's story of living with dissociative identity disorder and of being misdiagnosed, misunderstood and adrift in society.The author's powerful memoir begins right from the dedication: "This book is ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Kim Noble is a gifted artist whose work has been exhibited around the world. On 6 October 2010 Kim was interviewed by Oprah for Oprah's anniversary show. Jeff Hudson has written and ghostwritten twenty books, including several true-life bestsellers. He has also been published in The Independent, The Guardian and Time Out.

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