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Free download Sybil author Flora Rheta Schreiber æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Here is the unbelievable yet true story of Sybil Dorsett a survivor of terrible childhood abuse who as an adult was a victim of sudden and mysterious blackouts What happened during those blackouts has made Sybil's exSe who as an adult was a victim of sudden and mysterious blackouts What happened during those. This was a very fascinating and at times very disturbing book I probably would have given it 4 stars but I made the mistake of looking up details about this woman online prior to finishing the book which really changed my feelings about the actual author and doctor involved Apparently this woman's story is very controversial in the mental health field Had I known that I would have finished the book prior to looking up details online on this under spoiler and I would suggest that if you read this book don't look up stuff online until you finish itSPOILEROk this spoiler isn't really about things in the book itself but about the book's publication Apparently it's not really clear if this woman actually had multiple personalities Supposedly another doctor was asked if he wanted to be involved in this book and he said no because he did not consider Sybil a multiple personality he thought Sybil's main doctor led Sybil to believe she had multiple personalities The author supposedly stated that the publisher wanted a book about a multiple personality so they had to write it that way Regardless of what is true it really changed my perception of the book What started out as fascinating to me suddenly looked like it was exploiting this poor sick woman It's even in the book that Sybil's main doctor introduces her to the author and it seems like they wanted to write a book about Sybil before they even consulted her By the end I just felt like the doctor and author were trying to make a uick buck off of Sybil which was really sad because she trusted them the profits of the book were apparently split three ways amongst the doctor author and patient In addition the book has a happy ending finish but that's not really how things turned out although in defense of the author things may have been really good when the book was published Sybil lived about another 25 years so the sadder things I read about her may have occurred after the book came out

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Here is the unbelievable yet true story of Sybil Dorsett a survivor of terrible childhood abu. This book is one of the most disgusting books ever written For all of you about to read this book thinking it's a true story please read the followingThis book was the brainchild of three women Cornelia Wilbur Shirley Mason and Flora Schreiber Shirley or Sybil as she's known did not suffer from DID She actually had Pernicious Anemia Extensive research has been done on Sybil's case and it has been proven that the entire book was fictiousShirley developed all of her personalities after working with Dr Wilbur In fact when talking to another theripest Shirley asked if he wanted her to act like Marcia and when he said no she said Oh Connie is always telling me to act like Peggy or Tim orIt is not entirely Dr Wilburs fault however Flora was doubting SHirley's story and to make her stay with the project Shirley gave her a journal from 1941 with proof that she had been switching personalities before meeting Connie It was later proven to be written in 1945 because Shirley said she had been reading a book not published in 1941 and the journal was written in ballpointwhich didn't exist in 1941Instead of reading Sybil read Sybil Exposed It's the true story of the three womens lives and is factual and much interesting

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Sybil author Flora Rheta SchreibBlackouts has made Sybil's experience one of the most famous psychological cases in the worl. I read this at 17 doing work training at aa psychiatric hospital and imagining that I had found out what I wanted to do I liked the book fine although I struggled with the narrative One thing I had issues with was that Sybild being obviously severely so disturbed could pose as uite balanced and 'normal' in her everyday life The was certainly not what I saw in the patients I met and interacted with every day At about half the book I made the mistake of asking a professor about it and he told me that the account of the book was not true This kind of brought the second half down a notch I did follow this one up with When Rabbit Howls however noting that Truddi Chas was up to 92 personalities from Sybil's 16 I had a nagging feeling that the would either topped by someone with a few hundred or be discredited at some point