Who are you?
We're a plural system: a group of several people sharing a single brain. While a lot of people know plurality - or multiplicity - as 'MPD'; (Multiple Personality Disorder) or 'DID'; (Dissociative Identity Disorder), we don't view our being plural as a pathological state of being. In fact, we consider it beneficial; having each other has given us a support system that we wouldn't have otherwise. The idea is that it's not bad simply because it's different. For us, being plural is a cognitive difference, and we choose to view it as an asset, rather than a flaw. Having each other has allowed us to accomplish more than we were able to before we found out about ourselves in 2006. Unlike some other systems, we don't have a 'host'; or a 'main personality'; we share responsibilities co-operatively. There's no central 'I'; running the show; it's just us. We also refer to ourselves as 'people', rather than 'alters', 'personalities', 'ego states' or 'parts'. We have no desire t