New Book: A Compilation of Research on the Topic of Dissociative Identity Disorder
Posted On April 3, 2019
Hi everybody. My cold has finally subsided and I’m feeling somewhat better. I don’t know about you, but I sure get tired of things like a simple virus sending me into an emotional tailspin.
Anyhoo, I wanted to let you know about my two latest books. These works aren’t like what I’ve done before, they are much better.
If you have read my previous books, you know as well as I do that they are primitive, to say the least. Oh, they are good starter material for people freshly diagnosed and looking for support and acknowledgment that their experiences are real, but they lack a deeper focus.
My New Book
I am proud to announce the most comprehensive book of information I have ever put together.
In this work, you will find listed by topic over 500 pages of research conducted on different aspects of dissociative identity disorder. I have the papers listed with the title, citation of who wrote it, and the abstract.
I’ve been wanting to write this for a long time because I realized in doing my own research about my disorder that the research is out there but it is widely scattered all over the Internet. So, I decided to compile all I could into one reference to make it easier to find.
To be clear, this book contains a long list of research papers, broken down by topic, written by other people, NOT me. It is merely a reference tool to help survivors and providers find the information they need.
The book is reasonably priced and is offered in both Kindle and Paperback formats.
Do me a huge favor and leave a review of the book, okay?
I hope this book helps you on your healing journey.