Flock: The Autobiography of a Multiple Personality Summary
For almost 30 years Joan Frances Casey suffered from what has been described as a "disease of hiddenness". People called her compulsive, a workaholic, an over-achiever, and too intense. Nobody, least of all she herself, suspected that she was "housing" a flock of more than two dozen disparate personalities - all of them competing for attention, unaware of the others' existence and contributing towards her near-destruction. After the mysterious collapse of her marriage and an inexplicable flirtation with suicide, she consulted analyst Lynn Wilson, who diagnosed Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD) - a severe form of psychological trauma resulting from serious child abuse - and began the years of demanding and totally unorthodox therapy recounted in this book.
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Flock: The Autobiography of a Multiple Personality
Joan Frances Casey
Little, Brown Book Group
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