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The Magic Daughter Reading The Magic Daughter Author Jayne Anne Phillips Bandcamptomp3.co.uk In This Extraordinarily Distinctive, Exquisitely Crafted Memoir, One That Began As A Suicide Note, Jane Phillips, A Woman With Disassociative Identity Disorder Writes About The Intimate Details Of Her Life The Magic Daughter Is A Harrowing, Moving, Inspiring, And Ultimately Triumphant Account Of A Woman S Journey Toward Wholeness.

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • The Magic Daughter
  • Jayne Anne Phillips
  • English
  • 07 August 2018
  • 0140244557

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  1. says:

    2.5 stars Interesting parts but felt like author held back a lot for some reason Plus it was hard for me to finish after going along smooth for quite a while Due back to the library anyway so I did read it in one nightly sitting.


  2. says:

    I really, really liked this book Jane Phillips and yes, on my copy of the book it s spelled Jane minus the Y that Goodreads has stuck in is very articulate, very likable, and, overall, is very enjoyable to get to know through her memoir I think this book also resonated with me since Jane is a college professor.It s so interesting to me to see the differences in what caused DID to develop for the people in the various memoirs that I ve been reading In Cameron West s First Person Plural, he I really, really liked this book Jane Phillips and yes, on my copy of the book it s spelled Jane minus the Y that Goodreads has stuck in is very articulate, very likable, and, overall, is very enjoyable to get to know through her memoir I think this book also resonated with me since Jane is a college professor.It s so interesting to me to see the differences in what caused DID to develop for the people in the various memoirs that I ve been reading In Cameron West s First Person Plural, he developed DID due ...


  3. says:

    As a mental health professional, I enjoy reading biographies that focus on mental illness However, so much has changed in the treatment of MPD DID since this book was written in 1995 I am an advocate for medication, in cases of severe mental illness, and it surprised me that Jane took nothingthan Xanax for her anxiety A lot of her symptoms appear to be associated with Schizoaffective Disorder in that she had aspects of...


  4. says:

    The events in the book took place in the 90 s, so the psychology is a little outdated compared to what we have now Although, in all fairness, we still have little in the way of what is now known as Disassociative Identity Disorder I fell in love with Jane, cried when she described the horrific events that caused her to create her alters, respected the decisions she made in order to survive another day inside her mind, and came to better understand what Dissasociating from situations is An em The events in the book took place in the 90 s, so the psychology is a little outdated compared to what we have now Although, in all fairness, we still have little in the way of what is now known as Disassociative Identity Disorder I fell in love with Jane, cried when she described the hor...


  5. says:

    I read the book, The Magic Daughter by Jane Phillips, for my non fiction assignment in my English class The book was a very interesting read and put a whole new spin on the way that I saw the world The Magic Daughter is about a woman, which happens to be Jane Phillips, who has been battling a mental disorder called Multiple Personality Disorder, otherwise known as MPD MPD is a severe condition in which two ordistinct identities, or personality states, are present in and alternately take I read the book, The Magic Daughter by Jane Phillips, for my non fiction assignment in my English class The book was a very interesting read and put a whole new spin on the way that I saw the world The Magic Daughter is about a woman, which happens to be Jane Phillips, who has been battling a mental disorder called Multiple Personality Disorder, otherwise known as MPD MPD is a severe condition in which two ordistinct identities, or personality states, are present in and alternately take control of an individual Jane Phillips experiences memory loss that isextreme to be explained by a normal forgetfulness which is very normal for this disorder This book originally was written as a suicide note until Phillips started making her path towards recovering I was very interested in this book because it was unlike anything that I have ever heard of The author described her disorder so vividly that I felt as if ...


  6. says:

    One the most well written and easy to follow autobiographies of someone who suffers from MPD DID Unlike other books in this psychology genre, such as When Rabbit Howls , this book is not loaded with graphic scenes of violence and history of the abuse The abuse is related delicately, and is always relevant It is not a shock and awe look what happened to me book, this book is about recovery and putting the pieces of a life together This book truly reinforces that DID is a coping mechanism, no One the most well written and easy to follow autobiographies of someone who suffers from MPD DID Unlike other books in this psychology genre, such as When Rabbit Howls , this book is not loaded with graphic scenes of violence and history of the abuse The abuse is related delicately, and is always relevant It is not a shock and awe look what happened to me book, this book is about recovery and putting the p...


  7. says:

    I really enjoyed this book I remember my family went on a little vacation during the time that I was reading this book I think there s a photo of us out at dinner, and there I am at the table, reading We ate o...


  8. says:

    This book I found was very interesting As a peer who is recovering from my own depression and low self esteem, I now understand multiple personalities and how one goes through the disorder I thought Jane was sane, despite everything her family put her through Great book.


  9. says:

    It was an interesting read The book focuses on her healing process and not on the gory details of her abuse I would recommend it to people who are interested in the disorder, but are not ready for books like Sybil.


  10. says:

    This was different from other books I ve read about MPD It wasabout her process of integration and less about how the selves fractured and their individuality It included that information, but the focus wason her healing process It was a very interesting read.

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