Multiple Personality Disorder:
In this disorder, also known as Dissasociative Identity Disorder, the patient expresses at least two (sometimes more) distinct identities that react to the person’s surroundings in their own, different ways. In addition to this, the person may have other symptoms including panic attacks, depression, and paranoia. Causes may be related to stress, trauma, or problems with nurture during childhood.
This cartoon is related to this disorder because the banana (which is in a therapy session) has indecisive feelings over what it likes. One peel says it wants whipped cream, the other doesn’t want whipped cream, another peel wants strawberry, while another is completely repulsed. Although these are different peels, they make up one banana as a whole. Similarly, a person with this disorder may have multiple different personalities/alter egos, but they are really one person- there lies the problem.