Multiple Journeys to One
Much of Julia's experience, once labeled as these diagnoses, has been recorded in her story, written as "Margaret" in the book:
Seriously now, aren't we ALL just a little bit crazy?
Alphabet Soup
One aspect of Julia's  soul purpose is to help others to understand that while insurance companies and therapists may need to place labels on inner workings of a client in order to justify, quantify, and qualify for insurance benefits, it is not necessary to identify one's self  as having any particular type of catastrophically labeled  "disorder" to bring order to inner strivings.
Dissociative Identity Disorder - A Paper written for college credit at Antioch University.
Alphabet Soup - A View from the Pot.

As a human being and teacher, Julia Fairchild describes herself as one who has been tossed into an alphabet soup of labels such as Dissociative Identity Disorder, Not Otherwise Specified (DID-NOS), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Obsessive Complusive Disorder (OCD), and Major Depression.