Dissociation, in a general sense, refers to a rigid separation of parts of experiences, including somatic experiences, consciousness, affects, perception, identity, and memory. When there is a structural dissociation, each of the dissociated self-states has at least a rudimentary sense of 'I' (Van der Hart et al., 2004). In my view, all of the environmentally based 'psychopathology' or problems in living can be seen through this lens.



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