I know one such person, but they have it fairly under control. Do you select the personality which should become the "leader" in a sense, or do you leave that to the client?<quoted text>
If you have met one person with DiD then you have met one person with DiD. I have seen them flip on the fly,... in mid sentence even, without pause and some seem to pause briefly. Some seem to be context sensitive, for example if the person is stressed they are more likely to show one particular personality over another. Therapy essentially consists of working on reintegrating the personalities into one whole person. Along the way you have to work to reinforce the more mature personality(ies) and of course work on helping the person understand the trauma that caused this split in the first place. Oh, and you don't want to get sucked into the clients belief that these are actually somehow separate but rather aspects of one whole self.
What is Christ's name? What are the names of the 12 apostles?Actually the name Jehovah has fallen into disfavor. More people use the correct "Yahweh" today. Jehovah was popular 50 years ago, but that was then and this is now. So it has become a moot problem except for a new age cult that insists on using the old erroneous translation.
Only one course of action can be taken. Which means that majority vote, trumps the minority vote causing it to hold no power at all. It's one of the issues with Democracy.That is how it should be in a democracy. We are one in 300,000,000 so we have that proportion of power (roughly). So it is not power of one person, but of the people in aggregate.
1) What I study alone, like Greek or Rosetta Stone, is not officially accredited. The classes I studied in school, like World Religion, Philosophy etc. are accredited.Not necessary to get anyone to redefine anything. I doubt many people would consider you to be a scholar in that all you have had is a few classes on a subject. Were they even taken at a real university or some uncredited religious school?
2) A lot of people that don't know me would come to a lot of incorrect conclusions. People who know me in person would generally agree that I would qualify as such. Which is good, because even though they aren't aware, the dictionary agrees with them.