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 DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder) and MPD (Multiple Personality Disorder) are psychiatric diagnoses used to describe [[plurality]],​ most frequently trauma-based [[system|systems]]. DID is the current term; MPD was outmoded a few decades ago. DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder) and MPD (Multiple Personality Disorder) are psychiatric diagnoses used to describe [[plurality]],​ most frequently trauma-based [[system|systems]]. DID is the current term; MPD was outmoded a few decades ago.
  
-DID is said to be caused when severe trauma results in a failure to integrate memories, thoughts, actions and beliefs into a core personality. The trauma associated with the memories and thoughts eventually develop into a separate identity with it's own pattern of behavior and personality. ​Due to avoidance of traumadissociation ​+DID is said to be caused when severe trauma results in a failure to integrate memories, thoughts, actions and beliefs into a core personality. The trauma associated with the memories and thoughts eventually develop into a separate identity with it's own pattern of behavior and personality. ​Dissociation becomes a defense mechanism ​to avoid traumatic events and memoriesand over time can become a hindrance.  ​
  
-Some plurals may associate with the term and identify with it, however others may not or not believe ​that trauma is the cause of their system.+Some plurals may associate with the term and identify with it, however others may not, often due to believing ​that trauma is not the cause of their system.
  
  
  
  
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