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@Read Pdf ⛈ Sybil: The Classic True Story of a Woman Possessed by Sixteen Personalities  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 experience one of the most famous psychological cases in the world Whether or not this story is true, it still remains an absolutely fascinating and thoroughly chilling read At times I actually shuddered because the thought of losing days at a time and having no idea what had happened or what you had done is absolutely terrifying I really felt so much sympathy towards Sybil, I can only imagine the utter terror she felt The author does a really good job of making you feel what Sybil is going through and I think that s what makes this book so riveting My only Whether or not this story is true, it still remains an absolutely fascinating and thoroughly chilling read At times I actually shuddered because the thought of losing days at a time and having no idea what had happened or what you had done is absolutely terrifying I really felt so much sympathy towards Sybil, I can only imagine the utter terror she felt The author does a really good job of making you feel what Sybil is going through and I think that s what makes this book so riveting My only minor complaint is that it was a bit long at times and would have packedpunch if it was a bit shorter Another old book review from my blog This was one seriously fucked up book I have never seen the movie but, of course, knew what I was in for when I got the book The name Sybil is very well known, and carries some stigma, in pop culture However, I had no concept of the extent or the perversity of Sybil s mother s abuse which had been the prime instigation for Sybil s dissociations When I was reading the sections describing what she had done to her daughter, I was literally beating my head Another old book review from my blog This was one seriously fucked up book I have never seen the movie but, of course, knew what I was in for when I got the book The name Sybil is very well known, and carries some stigma, in pop culture However, I had no concept of the extent or the perversity of Sybil s mother s abuse which had been the prime instigation for Sybil s dissociations When I was reading the sections describing what she had done to her daughter, I was literally beating my head with the book and saying That s so fucked up out loud Good thing there was nobody around to hear me except for Magnum As far as writing style, I wouldn t say it was the best A little too clinical in the language, and a little lacking in the dramatic elements I am sure this is mostly due to the fact that the author Flora Rheta Schreiber was a psychiatrist, and this was one of her first only novels Not to mention that most of the conversations in the book were probably transcribed from tapes But despite slightly distracting writing quality imperfections, this book was completely absorbing TheI got to know about Sybil and the strange ways her unconscious had devised to help her cope with her abusive childhood, theI felt like I was losing my own mind It was strange, to ponder upon the potential psychoses that our brains minds are capable of It seems that no matter how normal we might tell ourselves we are, there are so many things we can t remember.so many events in our childhoods that can only be known through other people telling usit s frightening to wonder where those memories are, and if there is some unconscious self lying beneath our conscious personality that is hoarding those memories from us, or, from a different perspective, is protecting those memoriesand yet they are inaccessible to our waking self These are the kind of things I found myself thinking about on the bus, or walking down the street, while reading this book Also, it was my first step away from sci fi fantasy in some time, and it opened my mind up to new knowledge of psychology and psychoanalysis that I found fascinating and plenty of food for thought I would recommend this book to anybody who is interested in the mysteries of the human mind A nasty piece of work What s worse is it s a fraud Sibyl s doctor manipulated her with drug dependency and emotional blackmail into agreeing with the doctor s pet theories about multiple personalities, which had catastrophic effects on psychology for decades.It s like reading a transcript of a witch trial confession.This book does a serious disservice to abuse victims. 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 following This 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 fictious.Shirley developed all of her personalities 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 following This 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 fictious.Shirley 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, or It 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 1941.Instead of reading Sybil, read Sybil Exposed It s the true story, of the three womens lives, and is factual and muchinteresting