Dissociative Identity Disorder and Loss of the Sense of Self by Kriss Erickson   Many people with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) have created such a complex inner world that the integrity of the self has been lost. Looking from the outside, an observer might say that obviously, the DID person still is a self, but from the inside, the person feels lost.   Being DID can feel like being lost at sea, since the tendency to be tossed one way and the other by inner whims or outer pressure is only one of the many ways that we can lose our sense of self. InRead More →