Internal Handler

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internal handler (n.)
Applies toheadmates
OriginPsychiatric Term

An internal handler is a headmate specific to programmed systems formed during TBMC and DBMC.

The purpose of internal handlers is to continue the job of handlers in programming when the child is not in direct reach of the handler. They usually have a vast knowledge about the programming in specific areas of the system, reinforce the structure and organization of the system to the handler's wishes, keep other alters in line with the handler's viewpoints and ideals, and activate or cue programs in a system.

Internal handlers are usually higher up in leader-compartmentalized structures, but this is not a requirement. Oftentimes, they are given areas or aspects of the system to be the main leader of.

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An internal handler can be considered a subtype of instructed-persecutor.