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Confronting the darkness that can make death seem welcoming, Horton takes us on a journey to the underworld. Her depression is interwoven with myth, switching abruptly from ancient narrative to everyday hopelessness. Through layers of storytelling, song and looped sound we hear the overwhelming noise of despair — as well as its occasional absurdity. It could hardly be otherwise. The underworld as evoked by Horton is as seductive as it is haunting. The dim lighting bounces off a pair of glitterballs, sending fragments of brightness into the gloom.


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Horton, a deathly figure in a towering headdress, sings a melancholy tune that lingers in the ear. So much about depression is ugly or simply blank, but Horton is able to find a strange sort of magnificence in the darkness.


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Amazing how the brain works to protect, horrific that it had to shatter in the first place. Simply fantastic that the book was written and that we could read about the events both heartbreaking and heartwarming.

Oct 07, Karen rated it really liked it. Poorly written book but amazing subject matter. I saw a 10 minute documentary on her this week then did some reading about her. The brain is capable of amazing things. Jan 04, Chloe Cross rated it it was ok. Shit front cover and not written that well but very interesting. Sometimes you wonder if everything she writes is true. Dragged on It was a long book for some odd pages.

Informative but just not what I was expecting out of it. Apr 17, Lindsay rated it really liked it. Just as fascinating as it was heartbreaking to read. Jul 31, Asma Shata rated it it was amazing. This book is definitely a must read. Really interesting look into one alter's perspective of DID, from childhood to adulthood to motherhood. Dissociative identity disorder, or as it is more commonly known, multiple personality disorder, is one of the more spectacular mental health phenomena. Psychologists believe that it is caused by intense trauma, under which the mind shatters into several distinct personalities.

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All of Me, by Kim Noble, is a book about what it is like to live with complex condition. Written by Patricia, one of more than twenty different personalities inhabiting the body, the book describes the confusion of a young Dissociative identity disorder, or as it is more commonly known, multiple personality disorder, is one of the more spectacular mental health phenomena.

Written by Patricia, one of more than twenty different personalities inhabiting the body, the book describes the confusion of a young girl growing up in a body that would do things without her awareness. When help was sought for her, she was at separate times diagnosed with anorexia, bulimia, depression, alcoholism, and schizophrenia. The irony is that many of the diagnoses were correct. They simply all belonged to different personalities, or alters. Julia is a teenager who believes that she receives messages from license plates and television antennae.

Katie is a three year old little girl. Ken is a gay man. Hayley is a responsible and gregarious middle-aged woman who fought for and won their independence. The only thing all of these different people have in common is the body of Kim Noble and love for her daughter, Aimee. With the help of a patient and pioneering therapist, Patricia came to understand what was happening to her, although some of her alters still do not.

Eventually, she turned to painting as a way of expressing herself and communicating with her alters. Now, Kim Noble is a successful artist, with fourteen of her alters contributing works. Rich in detail, the story is intensely personal, yet warm and even humorous. Patricia tells their story with a sensitivity and deftness that leaves the reader in awe of the strength and resilience of the human mind.

May 29, Anne S rated it it was amazing. This is a book about a woman who is living with what used to be called Multiple Personality Disorder. She lives with all these personalities but until recently never knew they were there. She only knew that she would "wake up" to a place that she had no idea how she got there or what happened.

She had been having these episodes since childhood and being in This is a book about a woman who is living with what used to be called Multiple Personality Disorder. She had been having these episodes since childhood and being in school had been told she had been naughty but never remembered what had happened. As an adult, she continued to have these episodes and ended up in different asylums trying to deal with the trauma and blamed them on being an alcoholic as it seemed each time she woke up, she'd have a drink in her hand and thought maybe that was why she couldn't remember.

At times, it was hard reading and getting through the material, but I read the book in two days. Feb 13, Corinna rated it it was amazing Shelves: favourites.

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A very interesting, inspiring and funny memoir of a woman living with Dissociative Identity Disorder. Loved it! Aside from adjusting to British everyday language, the writing here was more than adequate. Even knowing some days were completely absent or one hour long was not enough to break the denial that others were occupying the body of Kim Noble.

That power of denial can be and was only broken by the author's own wondering if she perhaps did not know what she did not know. What if I Aside from adjusting to British everyday language, the writing here was more than adequate.

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What if I don't know what I am certain of? Life changes forever when that question is taken seriously. There was a short mention of witnessing child porn being filmed, so perhaps this is the connection into a second book. Feb 05, Kun Song rated it it was ok. Waste my time. This could have been such an interesting book and but is so badly written and only from the perspective of the dominant personality- i don't even know if her memories are real or not.

How do we know that all these things she talked in the book are authentic and not something created to let her escape from her early experiences. I've been very interested in DID and was expecting I could learn something about its causes and how she has used art to manage theses difficulties but the Waste my time. I've been very interested in DID and was expecting I could learn something about its causes and how she has used art to manage theses difficulties but the book didn't really get to these things. Maybe it's an ok book about the daily life of the person that has DID but definitely not a good one if you want to go deep and see its roots.

Dec 30, Angela Warner rated it it was amazing. This is a really well-written account of multiplicity from the perspective of an alter who was not always the primary personality.

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Kim Noble's collective has the intriguing feature that NONE of them are co-conscious with each other and neither do they have an inner world. They seem to blink in and out of existence. It also seems to be a really good account of what it's like to be multiple without realizing it, so it may serve those who are still coming to terms with their multiplicity who know w This is a really well-written account of multiplicity from the perspective of an alter who was not always the primary personality.

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It also seems to be a really good account of what it's like to be multiple without realizing it, so it may serve those who are still coming to terms with their multiplicity who know what it's like to always feel like you're arriving in the middle of something, never quite understanding what is going on initially and becoming supremely adept at assessing a new situation in a matter of a few milliseconds, and occasionally wondering if this is how everyone else lives.

Jun 16, Gail Jones rated it it was amazing. Breathtakingly honest book that makes you realise how amazing the human mind is. Patricia is the current dominant "alter" and it is she who wrote this book; I do wonder what the story would be if Judy or Ken, or one of the previous dominant "alters" had written it instead.

That the several personalities who make up the person of Kim Noble apparently, "Kim" doesn't exist anymore, when her mind fractured she became hidden and has never reappeared have functioned so well that she has been able to Breathtakingly honest book that makes you realise how amazing the human mind is. That the several personalities who make up the person of Kim Noble apparently, "Kim" doesn't exist anymore, when her mind fractured she became hidden and has never reappeared have functioned so well that she has been able to hold down jobs and have a daughter who is a lovely, well-adjusted teenager is beyond incredible.

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Read this book; it will have you gripped, you will be in tears, you will laugh and you will not fail to have respect for all these remarkable personalities. Nov 02, Amanda rated it really liked it Shelves: memoirs. This is an amazing tale. I can not imagine how confusing it must have been for Kim growing up. I'm glad she has personalities which are strong enough to deal with all the trauma she has endured.

Her daughter must be amazing after having dealt with so much drama. Well done to the author for putting her story 'out there'. There wouldn't be many people who would even contemplate that this sort of condition DID exists. Perhaps this explains some of the radical behaviors of others and will certainl This is an amazing tale. Perhaps this explains some of the radical behaviors of others and will certainly help me to understand how important it is to walk in another's shoes before jumping to any conclusions about their lifestyles.