Long before we were awake and still extremely sick, we didn’t see what we should have been looking for. Today, Kayleigh Marie swooped out of nowhere, in fine Kayleigh style; She began to crunch numbers in 6D at warp speed; She’s our statistician. The numbers and statistics of DiD make absolutely no real world, practical sense when you really begin to study them. We are going to dedicate an entire post to her findings in the next few hours/day.
But for now, something quite entertaining; Especially those who have been following us for a while; Do have any idea where, in the DSM DiD is listed? Ready for a laugh/gasp?
“The fourth, revised edition of the American Psychiatric Association‘s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV-TR) diagnoses DID according to the diagnostic criteria found in section 300.14 (dissociative disorders).”
Did you see that, cause we did. “300.14”
Mr/Mrs Matrix doth have a sense of humor.
And simply confirms Kayleigh’s summations.