Her personality switches 3-4 times a day. The switch can happen anytime and anywhere. When she gave birth, her daughter was taken by social service and she didn't realized she had a baby for 4 years. The article explains further in depth how extreme this disorder really is.
Dissociative identity disorder, formerly referred to as multiple personality disorder, is a condition wherein a person's identity is fragmented into two or more distinct personality states. People with this rare condition are often victims of severe abuse.
Some people with dissociative identity disorder function like someone without it. But there are unseen challenges.
The writer of this article had DID and lists some of her symptoms. She sometimes felt like somebody was trying to take over her face at night and lost many of her memories. She also noticed that her moods changed very rapidly.
A woman who spent most of her life living with dissociative disorder explains how it began, how she was treated, and why she sometimes misses her parts.