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First Person Plural In this inspiring memoir, Cameron West, now a psychologist, describes his life with Dissociative Identity Disorder, one of the most fascinating and least understood psychiatric conditions of our time Without warning, when he was in his thirties, happily married, and the father of a young son, West suddenly had the sense that something was terribly wrong with his mind With the support of a therapist, over a period of several months, twenty four personalities emerged to relive long hidden memories of childhood sexual abuse In First Person Plural, readers accompany West on an emotional roller coaster ride as he desperately hangs on to the slender thread that connects him to his wife and son, and some semblance of regular life In addition to a spellbinding story, West offers rare and unprecedented insight into the fascinating workings of the mind of a multiple and his alters coexistence with one another and those outside Heartwrenching, humorous, and ultimately hopeful as West triumphs over the most devastating circumstances, First Person Plural is a story few readers will ever forget. New Download [ First Person Plural ] By [ Cameron West ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk

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  1. Cameron West is not a great author, but his life makes for a great story First Person Plural tells the autobiographical tale of a man coming to grips with his multiple personalities It s a story full of revelations, complex interplay both interpersonal and interpersonality and a logical, well developed sequence of scenes and character development You will feel West s shock as he comes to grips with his other selves and the chilling events in his past that may have brought them about.This is Cameron West is not a great author, but his life makes for a great story First Person Plural tells the autobiographical tale of a man coming to grips with his multiple personalities It s a story full of revelations, complex interplay both interpersonal and interpersonality and a logical, well developed sequence of scenes and character development You will feel West s shock as he comes to grips wi...

  2. True story about the life of a man who had 24 personalities, Cameron West The disease is called Dissociative Identity Disorder DID He suffered traumatic events in his childhood He got sexually abused by his mother and grandmother But he was lucky, he had a wife and children who accompanied Strengthened his spirit for struggling in creating comfortable place for his personalities Cameron West thought he was crazy But, with the help from doctors and therapists he accepted his illness Eve True story about the life of a man who had 24 personalities, Cameron West The disease is called Dissociative Identity Disorder DID He suffered traumatic events in his childhood He got sexually abused by his mother and grandmother But he was lucky, he had a wife and children who accompanied Strengthened his spirit for struggling in creating comfortable place for his personaliti...

  3. Fascinating true story about a man with Dissociative Identity Disorder It is both fascinating and tragic As a lover of psychology I was drawn into his disorder, what caused it and the effect on those around him.

  4. Written in an easy flow story style, this story is easy to read.The triggering aspects as kept short and dont go into great detail,just enough to let you know what was experienced.It was honest about the effect on his marriage, the struggles his wifewas having as his world tumbled apart into chaos.Real life stories of people can behelpful when you are strugglingthen a treatise by a doctor A basic definition for DID is includedas part of a conversation This book as it is written is a good Written in an easy flow story style, this story is easy to read.The triggering aspects as kept short and dont go into great detail,just enough to let you know what was experienced.It was honest about ...

  5. I was reading The Drowning Girl see other review when a waitress recommended I read this I guess she thought a novel featuring a Schizophrenic makes me a fan of mental illness Being I ll read anything and she gave it such a high review, I picked it up at my local library The plot is fascinating Cameron West is a multiple with 24 distinct personalities These personalities were formed as a coping mechanism for having experienced physical abuse from his grandmother and mother among others I was reading The D...

  6. I ve always been fascinated with the intricacies of the human mind After completing a book about a patient with schizophrenia, I picked up for a change this book about Disassociative Identity Disorder I ve to tell you, in sharp contrast to the effort it took me to comprehension the symptoms of schizophrenia, DID required challenging no, scratch that almost mind bending attempt on my behalf to comprehend how the brain could invent such a mechanism to cope with abuse The story spans over the I ve always been fascinated with the intricacies of the human mind After completing a book about a patient with schizophrenia, I picked up for a change this book about Disassociative Identity Disorder I ve to tell you, in sharp contrast to the effort it took me to comprehension the symptoms of schizophrenia, DID required challenging no,...

  7. I really did enjoy this book it really gave a glimpse into the life of someone who has DID but I had to knock down the rating due to the utter clunkiness of some of West s writing I mean, okay, so being original with simile metaphor is good but not when it s everywhere in the book There seemed to be either an increase in the weird simile metaphor usage in the latter half of the book, or else I just becameaware of it but I mean, stuff like saying that his sex life wasn t mangoe I really did enjoy this book it really gave a glimpse into the life of someone who has DID but I had to knock down the rating due to the utter clunkiness of some of West s writing I mean, okay, so being original with simile metaphor is good but not when it s everywhere in the book There seemed to be either an increase in the weird simile metaphor usage in the latter half of the book, or else I just becameaware of it but I mean, stuff like saying that his sex life wasn t mangoes in Maui it waslike mukluks in Minsk I mean, okay, the readers get it But what the hell do fuzzy boots in a place in Belarus have to do with Cam s intimate life.Okay, maybe I don t want to know the answer t...

  8. I ve always been interested in Dissociative Identity and other rare psychological disorders so this was right up my alley It was a story similar to that of Trudi s in When Rabbit Howls except Cam s personalities have a co consciousness they can hear and see all of what s going on when any of them are out The biggest downfall of the book is its totally horrendous metaphors These include Abbey s words sloshed in my head like brown water in the bottom of a rusty wheelbarrow, Inside of th I ve always been interested in Dissociative Identity and other rare psychological disorders so this was right up my alley It was a story similar to that of Trudi s in When Rabbit Howls except Cam s personalities have a co consciousness they can hear and see all of what s going on when any of them are out The biggest downfall of the book is its totally horrendous metaphors These include Abbey s words sloshed in my head like brown water in the bottom of a r...

  9. I started this book with not a little concern about my being able to read this book While I can handle people s suffering and pain in fiction, I have a hard time with a true story along the same lines But this book was impossible to put down or to let go of I m sure this one will be processing in my head for quite some time to come.The pain and confusion that Cameron and his wife, Rikki, suffered is wrenching Cameron was in his late 30s when he started exhibiting hi...

  10. This book took me through the author s 24 different alters, going into an experience that was truly unimaginable It was difficult to empathize with his constant changes in his personalities, but I definitely felt the internal frustration that the author felt as the alters overtook his body In the end it was inspiring to see Cam West, the author, push through his alters and succeed in the goal of becoming a psychologist to help others who may also be suffering from dissociative identity disorde This book took me through the author s 24 different alters, going into an experience t...