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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Multiple Personality Disorder

It was quite by chance that I watched Stephen Sackur interview Chris Costner Sizemore on BBC's Hardtalk today. Not having watched the film, it dawned on me that the lady's recollections were very similar to a book that I had read many years ago from my father's collection: The Three Faces of Eve.

Not being too sure, I checked on the web and sure enough, it was Eve herself being interviewed.

If you're interested in psychology, the story is quite fascinating. You can read the gist of the story here, or with some luck watch it on BBC. Better still, read the book.

In Words

Loved and mentored by parents with values and discipline and a passion for good English; guided by teachers who wouldn't spare the rod to ensure excellence; copywriter; on-line journalist; editor-in-chief; and at long last, giving into the passion; Freelance Writer.

Nurtured in advertising and PR from freelance copywriter to account director and agency head; engaged throughout to humanitarian work in NGOs including the Red Cross and the UNDP; and experienced in both public and private sectors.

Looking forward to a future of writing on diverse subjects; sharing knowledge and experience; enriching the lives of others; but most of all, acquiring more knowledge and using it to make the world a better place for all.

More of my writing:
* Fuelling the Peace Process * Concepts for decentralisation of government * PEACE: Is it still an elusive dream? * Interview with the late Major General Trond Furuhovde first Head of the Sri Lanka Monitoring Mission * How polar bears are affected by global warming * Red Cross takes lead in clean water for Sri Lanka flood victims * The poorest hardest hit by Sri Lanka floods *