This paper examines the five criteria for dissociative identity disorder in relation to Norman Bates. Strength and weakness are included, along with barriers to treatment. Examples from Norman’s life will assist the reader in understanding why his behavior is abnormal.
I couldn’t believe my Ears when Sue said “What would you say if I told you that I will drive you to New Orleans?” She said it would be Fun. “Yeah”, I thought nearly 2000miles on the road with Sue. It sounded like it could be a real adventure with…
A Pantoun repeats certain lines in successive stanzas: 1st stanza-ABCD 2nd stanza-BEDF so the second and fourth lines in the first stanza become the first and third in the second, and so forth. 3rd-EGFH 4th-GIHJ or GAHC. Confusing but there it is.
Greer falls for Jack but he's what's known as 'the caretaker' in his dysfunctional family. The newly qualified pharmacist tries to figure out how to grab Jack, who appears to be as normally adjusted as she is, and remove him from his scary family. If Jack doesn't agree to this…
The conflict between death and life.
~I was listening to Godsmack - I Am while writing this. This is solely my interpretation of the song, reading or listening to the lyrics may help some understand, but then again it may be even more confusing.~
Comments are greatly appreciated.
Sandra plays the part of a good babysitter, playing dollies and dress up and catering to her little cousin’s every whim. But Sandra has a secret! Her cousin lends her strength, but is it enough to help her deal with her own little mistress?
A motel in the middle of nowhere next to an old victorian style house and a hill. Strange things start to occur.
(Note: This story is fiction and therefore not historically or geographically accurate.)
There is just one chapter at the moment, I'm not sure I can promise more just yet. I'm just playing with idea and thought I'd get some opinions on it, so let me know what you think. (I wrote this at 4am... excuse any mistakes! :)