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by Terry Popp,Judy Dragon
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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Terry Popp,Judy Dragon
  • ISBN:
    096724580X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0967245805
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    Dancing Serpents Pr; 1 edition (July 31, 1999)
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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Judy Dragon and Terry Popp are doing important work to create a better understanding of multiplicity and the process of integration

Judy Dragon and Terry Popp are doing important work to create a better understanding of multiplicity and the process of integration. With this compilation of personal stories, they have opened up the world of multiplicity, giving the reader direct contact with the events that caused the fragmentation and the courage and dedication it took to dismantle the elaborate system. I have worked closely with them on a professional level and am inspired by their understanding and integrity. - George J. Bilotta, P.

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Although the writers focus their stories on the integration/fusion process of their many inside people rather than on the abuse, some of their backgrounds include, incest, familial torture, Satanic Ritual Abuse, and programming

This is accompanied by memory gaps beyond what would be explained by ordinary forgetfulness. The personalities alternately show in a person's behavior; presentations, however, are variable.

This is a small and inexpensive, 33 page book on MPD written by a victim/survivor.

Doris Bryant & Judy Kessler, "Beyond integration: One multiple's journey," . Sandra Hocking, et a. "Living with your selves: A survival manual for people with multiple personalities," Launch Press, (1992). This is a small and inexpensive, 33 page book on MPD written by a victim/survivor. Its intended audience include other survivors, including their young alters.

Black (The Alarming True Story Of How Satanism Is Terrorizing Our Communities), C. A. Raschke, Paperdolls : A True Story of Childhood Sexual Abuse in Mormon Neighborhoods by April Daniels,.

The "blackout" periods are where the dissociative part comes in. Often the personalities have no memory of what went on when other personalties were in charge. In other words, the individual may have no clue that the other personalities even exist. Usually, there is a dominant personality and one or more "alters. Which personality is dominant can actually change over the years.

Multiple Journeys to One offers eight personal and courageous stories which explore the spiritual and psychological healing and integration of Dissociative Identity Disorder (formerly Multiple Personality Disorder). Although the writers focus their stories on the integration/fusion process of their many inside people rather than on the abuse, some of their backgrounds include, incest, familial torture, Satanic Ritual Abuse, and programming. By learning to acknowledge, accept, and love each aspect of themselves, the writers exemplify the possibility of healing our divided, compartmentalized world.

Clever
I have read and re-read Judy Dragon and Terry Popp's book, "Multiple Journeys To One." I had no substantive knowledge about DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder), ritual abuse, or how widespread these issues are prior to reading this book. The format is such that eight individuals openly share their discoveries and the process of healing from DID caused by horrendous abuse. Unlike clinical approaches, which tend to be dry and cerebral, these stories are rich and allow the reader into the inner sanctums of these women's lives. Their personal accounts are real, heart-felt, and achingly personal. For anyone who even considers that there is such a thing as "False Memory Syndrome," I would highly recommend you read this book. For people who do not fully understand DID, read this book. For people who endeavor to understand how those who have been brutally traumatized and yet are still able to heal, I suggest you read and re-read this book as I have done. These courageous women have dared to open the Pandora's Box of their lives to shed light on topics that are too easily dismissed through false labels and scandalous lies and risk, yet again, the potential for abuse through misunderstanding.
Shazel
Because I am fairly new to the subject of Ritual Abuse, and the multi-generational secrecy and denial about aspects of it, including incest, rape, torture and mind control, I had personally reached only a short distance beyond shock and horror with what I had previously read about it. However, upon reading "Multiple Journeys to One", I felt enriched by the levels of compassion and understanding which has been reached by these survivors, as relayed through the stories of their personal journeys. The fact that Mss. Dragon and Popp, and the authors of the individual stories, were able to focus on the positive survival aspects of the Dissociative Identity Disorder condition - through which they survived their pain-filled early experiences with family abuse issues, was very refreshing. My heart truly went out to these courageous people who have been through so much. I highly recommend this book, and I very much appreciate the writers giving us the opportunity to know the power and beauty of the human psyche to split off, as a means of protection, and then to come back to wholeness once again.
Lahorns Gods
I read "Multiple Journeys to One" in October 1999, when it was hot off the presses. It is an amazing testament to human resiliency. As an empathetic person and a "novice" in the area of severe abuse and DID, I was afraid it might be too horrifying. Heeding the cautionary statement about disturbing material and reading with care, I started with the Endorsements, Foreword, Acknowledgements & Introduction, all of which are beautifully written...and Brooke's story, which I appreciated. After reading all the stories, my admiration for one of the authors (a personal friend) and all others who manage to survive such trauma to regrow themselves into such loving, compassionate people grew hugely. I wonder how abusers and perpetrators manage to face themselves? And in considering such circumstances, have wondered if I could have emerged with such strength, resiliency and forgiveness? This is a richly rewarding read and worth your time.
Doktilar
As I read "Multiple Journeys To One", I realized the tremendous courage it took for each of the people featured to share their stories. By opening their lives, it will help so many more who are seeking "freedom". My son, Johnny was kidnapped in 1982, we now know he was forced into a "mind controlled pornography ring" in which they deliberately create "Multiple Personalities/DID, to control the young people kidnapped. The day will come when my son will also need to bring his "Multiple Journeys to One" so too he can be free.
Eseve
I highly recommend reading this book! It has validated so many things I had told my therapist, things I thought no one would ever be able to believe. It has provided me with hope and courage to continue my healing. I think it will be very beneficial to all who love and care about someone who has survived as well. I think these ladies are an inspiration and I thank them so much for sharing.
Stylish Monkey
Judy Dragon and Terry Popp have done a wonderful job on this book. It educates and elucidates on a topic that few are willing to explore. Bravo!