Hehe, this reminded me of when I used to come up with imaginary wrestling characters for myself when I was a kid. I had so many different names. Chizzle, Michelangelo, Triple X, Renegade, Surge, The Koko Kid, Val...As a kid I had many alter egos, mostly because I had no idea who or what I was/wanted to be. I threw away each alter ego quite heartlessly, I look back at some of the stuff I liked and cringe. For example I had this phase where I wanted to be a fashion designer and acted like a total girly girl, I look back at it now and wonder who I was exactly at the time. I'm like that with TV shows too, I'll pour myself into a show and get obsessed with it, but once I'm done with it I never touch it again and never look back. It's not a problem or anything, its a part of who I am and I use it to help face reality.
Sorry I was not very clear with this one. I mean real alter egos. Different characters that you play in day to day life. That are completely different in every way. Like one day you act silly and frivolous. Then the next day you act cynical and jaded. While each feels completely natural. Just different facets of yourself that pop up out of no where and surprise you, at least in my case.Like fantasy alter egos or real alter egos?
No wonder your eyes are so deep and entrancing. There's a lot going on in there. roud:See my signature quote. I highly identify. I do not have a bonafide condition, I do not consciously select one personality or another, but my identity is wholly multifaceted and at times, quite splintered.