The definition of "psychological disorder" is as follows: A psychological dysfunction within an individual that is associated with distress or impairment in functioning and a response that is not typical or culturally expected. There are three main components to this definition. They can be designated as a) psychological dysfunction, b) distress or impairment and c) atypical response.
Psychological dysfunction is when you fail to function as would be considered normal, whether cognitively, behaviorally
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their identity are dissociated, and different identities have different personalities, such as the "host" identity, who usually seeks the treatment, or the "impulsive" one, who handles sexuality and income.
Treatment for dissociative identity disorder includes recalling what triggered the disorder and neutralizing it by confronting and controlling it. Hypnosis and anti-depressant drugs are also used.
Dissociative identity disorder has many of the same characteristics as post-traumatic stress disorder, especially in regards to cause and treatment.