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  1. says: Switching Time E–book/E–pub FREE READ º TANGOFASHION.CO ô Richard Baer READ & DOWNLOAD Switching Time

    Switching Time E–book/E–pub There were many problems with this book The one I noticed first was composition Dr Baer is a terrible writer He has a tendency to repeat words within the same sentence I can't remember how many times a sentence would start out with the word Suddenly only to have the same word appear toward the end of the sentence

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    Switching Time E–book/E–pub I finished this book last night at 2 AM I couldn't put it down This has been the most twisted disturbing and crazy book I have ever read I rated four stars but I wouldn't recommend it to the ladies in my book club I think I might be sick in the head lol but I was so fascinated by this book the same way I am fas

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    Switching Time E–book/E–pub Richard Baer ô 1 SUMMARY READ & DOWNLOAD Switching Time Okay This book made me angry Very very angry and I think I have good reason for itAlso DNF at about 70%First off treating a client who has DID is not harrowing for ANY therapist If it's harrowing at all it is for the client Yes I can see how it would be stressful for the clinician but not harrowing WTF Baer? Harrowing to me implie

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    Switching Time E–book/E–pub Imagine pretending to be asleep in order to overhear conversations between your family and friends so that you can learn your mother's name or where your husband works Karen was continually searching for ways to hide her obvious insanity until a desperate call to a crisis hot line in 1989 led her to Dr Richard Baer The complexities of the human mind have never before been revealed with such detail dimension and compassion Horrific unimagi

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Switching Time Switching Time E–book/E–pub FREE READ º TANGOFASHION.CO ô Richard Baer This is a truly remarkable story No actually I would say it is astounding It's the true story of a 30 something young woman who started seeing a psychotherapist in 1989 because of depression and suicidal thoughts Over the course of than a decade of therapy Dr Richard Baer slowly uncovers the truth of Karen Overh

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    Switching Time E–book/E–pub Whenever I read a book involving multiple personalities The Minds of Billy Milligan When Rabbit Howls etc my first response is always

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    Switching Time E–book/E–pub This reads as two parts Jerry Springer and one part self indulgent self important indulgence on the part of the doctor and author Richard BaerIt is fascinating in the deepest sense of the word to read about the patient's family history I'm not sueamish and am not repelled by the details but the patient and her history serve only as a backdrop

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    Switching Time E–book/E–pub FREE READ º TANGOFASHION.CO ô Richard Baer Richard Baer ô 1 SUMMARY Although the details in this book are nauseatingly graphic I found great hope and peace in it The trauma and abuse that was suffered by this woman is beyond any normal person's understanding the mind simply cannot reach far enough into the dep

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Switching Time Switching Time E–book/E–pub I learned so much from this book My hat is off to the phenomenal achievement it documents Faced with unrelenting terror from such a young age this girl not only survived she developed the kind loving generous and sensitive aspects of herself by creating 17 distinct personalities The world considers multiple personality d

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    Switching Time E–book/E–pub I disliked this book The author I felt related everything to himself when it wasn't about him He didn't even mention other options than integration yet he mentions how he prefers MPD to the correct term DID Too much about the author and not e

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Switching Time

SUMMARY Í Switching Time Ct personalities all living inside Karen since she was a child This work chronicles his years of work with Kare. I learned so much from this book My hat is off to the phenomenal achievement it documents Faced with unrelenting terror from such a young age this girl not only survived she developed the kind loving generous and sensitive aspects of herself by creating 17 distinct personalities The world considers multiple personality disorder a disease but in this case I think it was a truly creative response to shattering circumstances Living a life the rest of us can barely imagine this kid found a way to keep her sparks of goodness isolated protected and alive until someone could help her put herself together I can only imagine what it felt like to absorb all those memories I salute her courageThough I am far from ever experiencing multiple personality disorder this book nevertheless gave me a new way to look at personality formation my own and everyone else s

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SUMMARY Í Switching Time In 1989 Karen showed up at the author's a psychiatrist practice terribly frightened and at breaking point The a. There were many problems with this book The one I noticed first was composition Dr Baer is a terrible writer He has a tendency to repeat words within the same sentence I can t remember how many times a sentence would start out with the word Suddenly only to have the same word appear toward the end of the sentence as in Suddenly X shook her head and suddenly changed her mind Further Baer tends to repeat words and phrases particularly descriptive terms in three or four consecutive sentences This makes for a boring repetitive readBaer also writes with a sense of complete emotional detachment I understand that in practice psychologists and psychiatrists need to be emotionally detached from their patients so that they can give that patient the best treatment without feeding his or her mental illness However Baer maintains this emotional distance throughout the book In moments that are supposed to be frightening or disturbing such as when one of the personalities is talking about ritual abuse and its desire to kill others and itself the narration is flat and boring For all the depth of emotion displayed in this book Dr Baer could have been napping instead of treating an extraordinarily difficult patientFinally I m convinced the book is a hoax The story relies heavily on the patient s recovered memories or ritual Satanic abuse as a child This is reminiscent of the recovered memories scandals of the 1980s where hundreds of children recovered memories of Satanic abuse hundreds of families were destroyed by the revelations and years later it came out that the recovered memories were hoaxes that had been accidentally planted during hypnosis I m not saying the character s abuse could never have occurred just that I find the presentation suspicious It may not even have been an intentional hoax suggestion is a very powerful thing especially when the patient is under hypnosis and it is entirely possible that Dr Baer could have accidentally suggested a possibility of MPD which resulted in the patient displaying such suspicious memories and symptoms Then there s the fact that Dr Baer can t keep his story straight He gets dates and locations jumbled saying that something occurs before something else but then providing dates that would necessitate that it occurs AFTER not before the other thing Then there s the doctor s breach of ethics treating a patient for free in his own home rather than in an office Then there is the fact that I ve looked up Dr Baer online The photos and resume all matched the author s information on the back of the book so I know I was referring to the correct doctor Dr Baer had terrible patient reviews I couldn t find a single patient who said they would recommend him The reviews said he was rude was not punctual and was generally uncaring Lastly the patient from the book supposedly has a Twitter feed She advertises herself as I am Karen from the book Switching Time author Richard Baer She also has a Facebook page She appears to use both pages to advertise Switching Time Dr Drew articles from psychology magazines and other such media Her pages seem like a marketing ploy than the social networking sites of a real personThis book was a uick easy read but that does not save it I wish I could have the time I spent reading it returned to me so that I might read something better

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SUMMARY Í Switching Time Uthor realised that he was dealing with a severe case of Multiple Personality Disorder He encountered 17 distin. Whenever I read a book involving multiple personalities The Minds of Billy Milligan When Rabbit Howls etc my first response is always no way they have to be making this up However with this book Switching Time Richard Baer makes the trauma that Karen Overhill endured come across as convincing and with her experiences explains how a multiple disorder takes form and how each part of the main takes on the duties that it was designed forThe reader is first introduced to Karen during her first meeting with Baer first in January 1989 when she came to his Chicago office complaining of depression and suicidal feelings During her initial meetings she begins to recount her bouts of lost memory Ending up in locations that she does not remember total strangers that seem to know her waking up in the morning and her house cleaning is done As time and therapy progress Dr Baer begins to suspect that there is a personality break and with time and hypnosis 17 individual personals are introduced and explain their individual function in Karen s life Parts of the story are hard to fathom how can a personality break off when Karen is a mere infant herself How can an infants mind separate horrific childhood abuse and break off to develop an alter to take the abuse If that is possible it just does not make sense to my mindAs each personality comes forward letters are written and pictures are drawn that show how individual each person really is By the end the reader has come to know each child and adult and when they are integrated it is like watching a friend leave Not all personalities are likeable not all are beneficial but by the end Karen is integrated into a whole person that just might be able to handle all that has happened and to one day be able to acknowledge and accept what had happened to herThough the middle bogged down a bit and parts seemed a bit too repetitious over all the book was uite interesting The study and science of multiple personality disorder or dissociative identity disorder are still debated but books like help the lay person to understand how the trauma of early abuse can cause the mind to break into parts to deal with the whole

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  • Switching Time
  • Richard Baer
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  • 19 December 2018
  • 9780091923396