dissociative identity disorder
Dissociative identity disorder (DID) is a trauma disorder wherein the brain adapts to insurmountable trauma by creative means and compartmentalizes the identity of a body as a survival technique. The Darling System is a system of 15, most dormant.
DID is meant to go unnoticed, so most systems and people around them remain unaware. Covert systems tend to dress/behave the same and mask mannerisms; overt systems express themselves more noticeably. We are learning to be an overt system in order to heal and practice functional multiplicity.