A documentary on the 40th anniversary of the largest murder-suicide in American history, when over 900 members of the Peoples Temple consumed a deadly cyanide-laced drink on the orders of leader Jim Jones.
One week after a seemingly harmless car accident, a 45-year-old man suffers total amnesia. Christening himself the "New Richard," he embarks upon a new life with a new wife far away from ... See full summary »
The people who dislike this really seem to have no experience with DID. It has been misrepresented in media so many times, to the point that people think those with DID are evil/posessed/dangerous and they are not. Jane didn't create this to be a spectacle for those who don't get it, Jane did this so that there would be correct and relatable information out there on DID. I believe it is very well done, and Jane is so brave for putting her and her whole system out there when there are so many heartless and cruel people judging them. DID stems from childhood trauma, it is not easy thing to broadcast for the world. Well done!!
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