I started to read this book thinking the author has Dissociative Identity Disorder. I soon realised that she does not. This becomes apparent when she talks about her friend Mary who it seems did/does have D.I.D. and discusses how her inner world differs from her friend's. This book takes you into the world of witchcraft and magic, which I believe will ultimately take an already hurting and damaged person deeper into the depths of despair. I speak from experience. If you have suffered childhood trauma and are hurting and in pieces on the inside I'd recommend this book for you - Am I a Good Girl Yet?