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Boise woman and her personalities featured in new show on A&E

Jane Hart was diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder. The series will go in depth on how the mother balances her disorder with raising her sons.

BOISE, Idaho — An Idaho woman is about to go public about an often misunderstood condition.

Doctors diagnosed Boise native Jane Hart with dissociative identity disorder, formerly known as multiple personality disorder.

The Today Show featured a segment on Hart's new docu-series that premieres Tuesday night on the A&E network, called "Many Sides of Jane."

The series goes in depth on how the 28-year-old single mother balances her disorder and raising her two sons in Boise.

Hart lives day-to-day dealing with multiple identities, that range in age from 6 years old to 28.

According to A&E, Jane's goal is to ease the misconceptions about the highly stigmatized disorder but to also help others realize that mental health is just as important as physical health.

"Many Sides of Jane" premiers at 8 p.m. Mountain Time Tuesday on A&E.

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