System Wobble

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system wobble (v.)
Applies tosystem functions

System Wobble refers to a kind of distress in the system which is caused by traumatic events that have been piled on (paired with other minor events) due to the negligence of them being properly tended to. The intensity of the wobble, may be dependent on emotional resistance.

There can be headmates coming in and out of consciousness, new headmates, voices of those in the innerworld, and very intense feelings of pain. Can cause headaches, nausea, confusion, dizziness, derealization, depersonalization (among other varying degrees of sickness), although it may vary depending on the system.

A strong emotional trigger may snap the system back together.

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