Just goes to show that you can't judge a thread by its title.
I thought this was going to be a discussion about how posters claim to be delightful in person yet exhibit rudely online. Or maybe even how someone would never be nasty to their waiter but think nothing of, rather relish in, treating a fellow poster like a piece of crap.
Given my explorations into consciousness, I'd tend towards the Sociocognitive Model of DID**
"Skeptics believe that a small subset of doctors are responsible for diagnosing the majority of individuals with DID. Psychologist N. Spanos and others skeptical of the condition have suggested that in addition to iatrogenesis***, DID may be the result of role-playing rather than separate personalities
What it is about my experiences with altered states of consciousness, particularly with my experiences in dream yoga, is that no matter whether I experience myself with my body awake, in all the many moods of that, or whether I experience myself in a nonlucid dream where I can always recognize which dream character was mine--even if it did not behave as I'd prefer--or whether I experience myself in a lucid dream when obviously I know myself, or whether I experience myself in other states of consciousness variously deprived of the awareness of the body, whether I have had a few too many drinks or whether I am sober, thoughtfully exploring numerous aspects of consciousness unconstrained by sensory input in dream yogic states, that even when there is no outside world, no inside dream, nothing but experiencing the self as its thoughts, there is not a hint of the nonrecognition of the self. About the self, there is only continuum.
You can remove all about us that we might think holds us together, our careers, are physical abilities, our bodies, our dreams, our families, our friends, our experiences, and you can put what remains into a black box where nothing exists but your own conscious mind and you will still be 100% you.
For those who think they'd have a problem with that, consider therapy.
" brought forth by a healer