what is multiplicity? terminology controversy  
where is it from? group structures other / inner worlds
what is it like? multiple preferences resources
contributions are accepted and have been provided by other groups

The Layman's Guide is complete.

This does not mean that it's not open for further contributions. Please, if you think you have something to contribute to the Guide, write to pavilion at karitas.net, or amorpha at mailhaven.com. We are always looking for new material.

also, please read this note on the layman's guide.

Please feel free to download the brochure. It is a brief summary of the facts in the Layman's guide, originally developed for a speech on mental health attitudes toward multiplicity. It is in PDF color format. Distribute it freely.

If you really like the brochure, and want to help get the word out to mental health professionals around the world, write to pavilion at karitas.net.