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Void Stiles: Sociopath with Dissociative Identity Disorder



Void Stiles surfaces randomly throughout the day through Stiles. Stiles suffers from amnesia sometimes. He does not remember what Void Stiles has done. Void Stiles is stronger and smarter than Stiles. Void Stiles is a sociopath because he is meticulous and lacks remorse and will hurt anyone that gets in his way without hesitation.


4% of the population are sociopaths. This number may seem small but that is 12 million people in the U.S. According to the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, 1 to 3 percent of the population are affected by the disorder.

He could not deal with the traumatic events in his life so his brain spilt and created another personality. Void Stiles comes out when Stiles is tired or stressed.

Stiles lost his mother at a young age. She was a schizophrenic. Stiles had to cope with her death and how his dad handled her death. His dad would drink a lot and would not give Stiles enough attention, so he felt alone. Stiles loses tracks of time and could not remember what had happened for hours. He also struggles with telling the differnece from him being awake or dreaming.


For Void Stiles we will use psychotherapy. This will integrate the seperate personalities into one, united personality. The techniques help work through the traumas that trigger the dissociative symptoms. The psychotherapy will uncover the alters and treat the traumatic memories, which will consolidate the newly integrated personality.

Therapy #1

There is no cure for being a sociopath, but there are treatments so the person can regain emotions and feelings. Another type of therapy we will use for Void Stiles is cognitive therapy. It will replace and identify disordered thoughts and feelings. This therapy has techniques where a patient observes how a well-adjusted person copes with hard situations, using social imitation to help with anger management and social skills.

Therapy #2


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