Stout, Martha The Myth of Sanity

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The author explores the fragmented and often fragile human psyche, revealing common, everyday forms of dementia that plague millions of people, discusses the impact of traumatic memories in one's daily life, and assesses the instances of dissociative mentall states and multiple personality in everyd

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