Flock: The Autobiography of a Multiple Personality - Study Guide Book II Summary & Analysis

Joan Frances Casey
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Lynn said in chapter thirteen's case notes, dated January 14, 1982, that several of the personalities were worried about being lost in the process of integration. Renee split the personalities into three categories - the autonomous personalities who were well-defined and were limited to Jo, Isis, Joan Francess, Missy and Renee - the single-motive personalities who were charged with specific tasks such as cooking, and the past-keepers who concealed harmful information from the autonomous personalities so that they didn't have to deal with it. Two of the past-keepers were Robin and Reagan, though they weren't linked to a trauma but served the purpose of providing a "memory trace." Little Joe, a two-year-old personality, was interested in little other than playing and seeking nurturing. He was one of the personalities created in response to Ray and Nancy's desire that Joan be a boy. Another personality was...

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