But no matter the cause, Malan maintains, Jennings-White suffers from a serious mental health condition that should not be taken lightly.
Jennings-White says she looks forward to the day when her perfectly healthy legs are permanently paralyzed.
The condition is not dissimilar from gender identity disorder, which occurs when people feel that their physical sex does not correspond with the gender they identify with.
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She has found a doctor overseas who could paralyze her left leg, but does not have the money for the procedure.
“When I’m in the wheelchair I’m not even thinking about the wheelchair.
She’s an accomplished research scientist and is happily married. Jennings-White suffers from a rare psychological disorder called body integrity identity disorder, or BIID.
People with BIID feel that their physical characteristics do not match the idea of how they are supposed to look.