Childhood Sexual Abuse and Lack of Familiarity With One’s Own Body

| August 31, 2010 | 0 Comments

Dear Editor:

Dissociation is defined as the segregation of a group of mental processes from the rest of a person’s usually integrated functions of consciousness, memory, perception, and sensory and motor behavior.[1]

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