Social Dissociative Disorder

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Examining the connection between dissociation disorder and the institution that induces the condition to make society pliable servants of the system.

Submitted: April 10, 2014

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Social Dissocitive Disorder

By Bornbazie

April 2014

 

 

This is not a psychology essay or definition, but an examination of how dissociation affects a person and collective mass culture. Considering dissociation disorder is a standard human functionality, awareness of it is low.

In psychology, the term diagnosis scales from mild detachment from the immediate environment, to serious detachment from physical and emotional involvement. Most severe is a detachment from reality. A dissociated person looses their relationship with themselves; feelings and the stimulating effects of observed occurrences do not relate to their thinking. These symptoms can cause faulty imaginative adaptations when processing the surroundings to create a bespoke reality (living in your own world).

A side effect of dissociation is a mechanistic apathetic existence. This is evident in those with Stockholm syndrome who express empathy, sympathy and positive feeling towards the captivators of minds and bodies. In context this attributes to the refuting of truth, upholding of atrocities done by institutions, hostages identifying and even defending the masters of society. Were the majority of people rational, and interpreting not being abused as justifiable requirements of social order, the endurance of attending the assembly line would stop.

Dissociation is a common temporary defense mechanism for coping with stress (boredom, conflict), prompting daydreaming during mechanistic daily habits - in extremes alters state of consciousness. Other symptoms of dissociation include amnesia. Have we forgotten what and who we are?

Syndromes characterizing dissociated persons are abnormal conditions that resulted from past traumas: anxiety, low self-esteem, somatization, depression, chronic pain, interpersonal disfunction, substance abuse, self-mutilation, and suicidal thinking or actions.

Another pathologic of dissociation is depersonalization disorder – causing notions that the world or the self is unreal, forgetting identity or accepting a new inauthentic self (the false I). These symptoms satisfy a workforce relating more to their position in the system rather than to themselves or a neighbor.

Dissociation is a reaction to trauma. A trauma that compartmentalizes the mind, resulting in escapism, consumerism, and easy manipulation of the systems workers - for they function efficiently within the institutions requirements. Freely creating thinkers are analytical of their thoughts and actions and are potentially unpredictable – unsuitable cogs for the machine.

Dissociation can be triggered by substances. Therefore drug use suits a system favoring a docile population. A population of eaters and consumers self governed by hostage victims is profitable. Cattle eat what they are given, listen to orders, and do not constellate together to push back against the shepherds dog.

The yoke of real reality is so far from the given reality people are scared. So the mass mind is rebellious against change and an unsettling truth, for it would onset reality destruction disorder.

Dissociation is found in children who experienced multiple traumas: victims of physical, psychological, and sexual abuse. What of the abuse of our spirit, our integrity, and our youth. Forced to experience feelings down below children are triggered to mature with sex on their mind. Its normalization does not make it normal. Traumatized and stressed they loose sensitivity of having a pure innocent self, and have nothing other than glistening boxes of light to dwindle on. To separate from the self, and join the degraded high piled mass on the plate means people do not realize there is more.

Having grown up with a history of being abused and subjected to images of violence, comes post traumatic stress. A lifestyle of avoidance or numbing the memories couples high levels of anxiety in adulthood. This relays to parenting behaviors exposing offspring to the same evocations of violence, sex, and lack of self.

An objective rational person considers the facts, disregards potentially false presentations, excites self governing, and refuses to be obedient. A system invested and dependent on irrational conformists, even those conforming to institutionalized predictable rebellion that is as profitable as compliance is reliant on continuity. A continuity they keep investing in.

Only dissociated people ignorant of the bruises caused by a particular mode of living would be capable of operating compliantly within a dogmatic religious1 culture. For the preachings of freedom and equality contradict the crimes of physical and mental control they conduct.

Civilizations dissociative personality disorder is sustaining and managing the sickness permeating generations. Is there a cure in the institution? Or are we sick because the system needs us this way.

 


 


 

1Adherence to a particular set of beliefs and practices.


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