Very depressing, heavy and slow, but also about what I consider a form of neurodiversity. (DID)
I don’t necessarily fully agree with this portrayal of DID. People with DID can be very successful professionals. I had one as a colleague at university for a while and she spoke about her DID openly. She obtained her Master’s after she was my colleague and has since worked at all sorts of other reputable organisations in the Netherlands and still does.
But DID can be like this before diagnosis, understanding/acceptance, healing/recovery.