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Dissociative disorders

Dissociation is one way the mind copes with too much stress, such as during a traumatic event. The word dissociation can be used in different ways but it usually describes an experience where you feel disconnected in some way from the world around you or from yourself.

If you dissociate for a long time, especially when you are young, you may develop a dissociative disorder. Instead of dissociation being something you experience for a short time it becomes a far more common experience and often the main way you deal with stressful experiences.

http://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/types-of-mental-health-problems/dissociative-disorders/?gclid=CMnmy_63lNMCFRQ8GwodvkcEwg#.WOifNYiGOM8

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