DID includes "the presence of two or more distinct identities or personality states" that alternate control of the individual's behavior, accompanied by the inability to recall personal information beyond what is expected through normal forgetfulness. The symptoms of dissociative amnesia, dissociative fugue and depersonalization disorder are subsumed under DID diagnosis and are not diagnosed separately. Individuals with DID may experience distress from the consequences of DID rather than from the symptoms themselves. The majority of patients with DID report childhood sexual and/or physical abuse, though the accuracy of these reports is controversial. Identities may be unaware of each other and compartmentalize knowledge and memories, resulting in chaotic personal lives. Individuals with DID may be reluctant to discuss symptoms due to associations with abuse, shame and fear.
As Col. Hanz Landa would say, Thats a Bingo!
Altho I must say I certainly also get them from watching the Ravens and Orioles fans prop their teams up year after year after year only to see them crash and burn year after year after year after.....well you get it.
Who uses that phase, other than someone who doesn't really have one, or isn't a member of The Temptations?
I'm not sure why anybody would talk real sports with this guy.....he's here to start s h i t and he loves it. Personally I hate him
Don't worry about kudzu. He will become less irritable if the O's start losing again.
An O's fan through and through.
yet have either ever engaged the other ?
what gives ?
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