Depersonalization personalities - this is an anomalous state characterized by a violation of the self-identity of the individual, the alienation of all or several processes occurring in the psyche, a sense of one’s own unreality. In other words, the subject ceases to feel as a whole person. With this ailment, the personality is, as it were, broken up into two components of the “I” of the individual: one is the observing part and the other is the acting part. The part that observes, perceives the part that acts, as isolated from itself, alien. In other words, the subject believes that his voice and physical body, thoughts and feelings belong to someone else. However, an individual with such a condition does not lose the ability to subject to an objective assessment of the situation and a sense of reality.
This syndrome is a pathological mental disorder may not always. Episodically, such a state is observed in almost seventy percent of individuals and is found as a feeling of the unreality of the accomplished, short-term feeling of not belonging to yourself. Such a state is more often found in a person during the formation of his self-consciousness. Cases of depersonalization, even with a systematic occurrence, are not considered pathological. The mental anomalies of the personality include this condition only in the case of a stable form of flow, and also when its manifestations do not disappear for a relatively long period.