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DID versus C-PTSD

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What are the differences between DID and C-PTSD. Generally whenever someone has DID, they are co-morbid with C-PTSD, and as pointed out in the heredity and environment New article, C-PTSD is a pre-existing factor for DID.

So how do you sort out where one ends and the other begins? Which is responsible for what issues?

C-PTSD is the traumatic reactions, triggers, fight-or-flight, etc.

DID is the internal team that has arisen from the adversity.

Mention that everyone in a DID system potentially has either (simple) PTSD or complex PTSD (C-PTSD).


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