“Many Sides Of Jane” Chronicles the Journey of a 28-Year-Old Mother Living with Dissociative Identity Disorder

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19 January 2019
Many Sides Of Jane
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“Many Sides Of Jane”
Premieres Tuesday, January 22 at 10 PM ET/PT on A&E
          A&E Network’s new, six-part original docu-series “Many Sides of Jane” will explore what life is really like for one young woman living with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), previously known as Multiple Personality Disorder, as she juggles parenting her two young boys and navigating her complicated relationship with her mother and her past. 

          This is the first series of its kind that showcases this disorder in such an intimate light.  Her more than nine identities, ranging in age from 6-28 years old, can appear at any time. Diagnosed only three years ago, she is on a journey to understand what caused her DID as well as figure out how she can best co-exist with her many “parts.” Throughout the series, Jane will be coming to terms with past abuses that occurred during her childhood and her relationship with her family under the watchful care of her clinical psychologist.

          A&E has partnered with NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) to share information and resources for those affected by mental illness. 
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