dissociative amnesia is a mental disorder that causes a person to forget important personal information, such as their identity, history, or trauma. It is different from normal forgetfulness or memory loss due to ageing or disease. dissociative amnesia is often triggered by a stressful or traumatic event that overwhelms the person’s ability to cope. dissociative amnesia can affect a person’s sense of self, relationships, and daily functioning.

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