Dissociation disorders come from the mind’s need to protect itself from harmful, traumatic and damaging past events and memories.
Those who have a dissociation disorders can not recall experiences or have blocked out that which could have permanently scarred them.
Examples of dissociation disorder include:
- Memory problems
- Losing track of time
- Persistent daydreaming
- Distorted sense of reality
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