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script (n.)
Applies tosystems, system functions
OriginPsychiatric Term

Scripts are pieces of media used in programming to assist in structuring a system. It often influences the specific alters created, the inner world, and internal mechanics. For example, a system structured using Harry Potter may have the same kind of magic, similar inner world locations like The Whomping Willow or Hogwarts, and characters representing parts of trauma. Typically, a movie or book is used, the most common being the Wizard of Oz and Alice in Wonderland.

Scripts are paired with various forms of abuse. The dissociation caused by the trauma gives access by abusers to implant the script into the mind & system.

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Using a script for system formation is a form of programming.