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Autism, Multiple Personality Disorder and Socializing

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Autism, Multiple Personality Disorder and Socializing


“Where could anybody be without organizing their own thoughts”(Slater 1)? Imagine living in a world where one could not communicate with anyone around them on a truly rational level, even though the individual is completely rational. Imagine feeling so frightened by life, that one escapes to an Alternate reality, where they become catatonic, or even take on forms of different personalities to deal with everyday situations. Try not being able to communicate through one’s own words, only repeating what others have said in order to get along in life. This is what living with Autism is like. Autism, through the book definition is a “complex developmental disability…that appears during the first three years of life…the result of a neurological disorder that affects the brain.”(ASOA 1). Autism is often accompanied by Multiple Personality Disorder, which helps the person escape to a world, or situation where they can feel, “so called” normal. Multiple Personality Disorder is curable, and Autism is treatable, so with counse...


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...ds on them and blessed them.”


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Clark, Terri A. M.D. (1993). More Than One. (1st Edition). Nashville TN: Oliver Nelson . Books.
Rowan, John (1990). Subpersonalities: The People Inside Us. (1st Edition). New York:
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Slater, Chris (1999). Chris Slaters Sight on Autism. http://www.slater.autistics.org/thoughts.html
Williams, Donna (1994). Somebody Somewhere. New York: Random House
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