Category Archives: personality disorder

Freaky Friday catching a bus story

I found a couple old journals, and let me tell you that it’s probably more fun to get a root canal than to read those.  Reading about my own life seems surreal and macabre, with its moments of humor, like … Continue reading

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Inordinate amount of energy

I’m pretty sure that most people tend to second guess, look back, sort and reflect, and process what they could have, would have, should have done differently. The recent incident with giving my son a ride is one of those … Continue reading

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Understanding why women stay

My post today is my response to a blog post entitled Battered Women Syndrome and Why Women Stay in Abusive Relationships. The worse case scenario is death, and those women at risk sense it when there’s no visible evidence of … Continue reading

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When a man tells you

“When a man tells you who he is… believe him.”  Maya Angelou This quote was expressed in a few different ways by the author, so it seems it was an important life lesson.  Last week one of my daughters was … Continue reading

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