At present, this is not a scientific fact, just a strong guess.
Some examples are beliefs that ones thoughts are being broadcast for others to hear; that ones thoughts are being inserted into ones mind by outside forces; that one is being attacked or conspired against by others.
We just dont know exactly what happens in the taking over part.
It may be a tragic mistake, influenced by ignorance and fearor even the social pressure of programming or brainwashingbut, at its root, its still your free choice.
Simply consider, for example, that the scientist who works in the lab is a quite different person from the parent who plays with the children, who is again a completely different person from the intimate husband or wife.
And in the fear, of course, comes disavowal.
On the other hand, no one can understand the process by which the human brain can create and hold separate and distinct each different personality.
American Psychiatric Association: Fourth Edition.
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The Satanic ritual abuse controversy.
Established in 1997, FPP remains the only national membership charity which focuses exclusively on these frequently unrecognised and misunderstood conditions. The complex dissociative identity conditions are common in those who have experienced protracted repeated trauma, of a severe or extreme nature, that started in early childhood. The associated trauma is usually childhood abuse, (sexual, physical, emotional, spiritual) and/or neglect, but may be other childhood trauma, e.g. recurrent invasive medical procedures; prolonged or repeated illness of a parent or other primary caregiver.
Written from a survivors perspective.
Rather, they are descriptive phrases which are used quite freely todayand often without regard for their technical, psychoanalytic meaning.
These terms actually derive their meaning from the process of toilet training.
Dissociative identity disorder - Wikipedia
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