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Title: Dissociation Identity was taken on by us who suffered overt mental and, or physical abuse in our childhood.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Dissociation Identity was taken on by us who suffered overt mental and, or physical abuse in our childhood. We are often secretly seething...
Dissociation Identity was taken on by us who suffered overt mental and, or physical abuse in our childhood. We are often secretly seething inside because of the abuse done to us, while at the same time experiencing shame from the belief that they somehow provoked the abuse or deserved it. In dealing with the anger and deep-seated feelings of unworthiness, we hide our pain behind a facade of indignant wrath and uncaring detachment towards others. Some of us grow up to become abusers ourselves, doing to others what was done to us. By repeating this behaviour learned in our childhood, we experience a false sense of power and strength. We who in childhood has been under constant ridicule and repression from parents, and who in adulthood, are bound to end up demeaning and abusing others. We tend to adopt an attitude that translates into: “The world is hard and mean, only the hard survive, so We will be one of them.” We protect ourselves using authoritarian, manipulative and punishing methods in our relationships in order to feel in control of our lives. But ultimately this role we play ends up making us isolated and miserable .

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