I dunno', off-topic. I never much knew about DID until I met some people who did. Holy shit, it is a terrifying illness. However, it was entirely unlike the narrative of, yeah, pretty much what seems to be a farce. I have no doubt DID is an illness, but the terrifying part is actually learning how people with DID are, and it's heartbreaking.
Especially when you suddenly realize the stories they regurgitate depending on their 'alter' are, in fact, complete bogus, but very watered down elaborations and false memories constructed from very real events that are far more horrifying and unsettling then what they're recalling.
It's never apparent when you first meet them. They tell you, "Oh, I have DID, I needed to warn you." Time goes on, and you don't really see this fictionalized version of DID you're familiar with. Then, the more they speak, the more they talk about the past & that past 'changes' over time. You suddenly realize they have multiple versions in their head of what's happened to them and their life.
You suddenly realize this is possibly the most terrifying thing you've ever seen, and it breaks your heart that you cannot fix the broken pieces of their brain. It breaks your heart when you realize that people interpretation of DID makes them trying to deal with their illness worse because they can't even find the proper care.
Again, I'm so sorry that's off-topic, but damn.