William Styron's novel is even better in its detailed character study. Brilliant, entertaining classic with Bette Davis as the betrayed mentor. Great illustraton of 'gaslighting. They were in love. He was leaving his wife. HE said: It never happened.
Who do you believe? Sugar Coated Owl Well-known member. Joined Aug 2, Messages Location Surrey. That's a really good list, thanks. Another one is Back from the Edge, a short documentary film about BPD- this one made me cry because I could relate soooo much to the characters and it felt like I was looking at myself and hearing my own story. You must log in or register to reply here.
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I was Her name is Emma. But I had a real crush on her. A real crush on her. She played GAA, and she was very well built.
And when we were together I was seeing a guy at the time and he got really jealous and was not happy about it at all. So that kind of went sour. She had no interest in being with him. And I had no interest in sharing her with somebody laughs. But she comes into my mind every now and then, where I wish we had kept in touch because we got on very well.
Could you see yourself in a long-term relationship with a woman rather than a man? But I appreciate the feminine form. I appreciate someone alongside him. Without a doubt, much more. When it comes to a woman, I probably have more of a type. But just really good-looking, confident woman. With men it can be straight away. You get talking, you connect on a feminine level.
What attracted me to my last ex was that from the minute I met him he was very protective — and I liked the idea of someone wanting to mind me. And then obviously as we got to know each other more, I fell in love with him. Do you have any fantasises? I have a total girl crush on this girl on Instagram, right? Her tag is makaniterror. She is absolutely stunning.
But this girl is absolutely incredibly gorgeous. Roars laughing No. I do like role-playing. I do like dressing up. I like getting into character. People have said that. But it probably was the uniform subconsciously. I never made him wear it in bed though laughs.freightcoin.burnsforce.com/10423-s4q2-motor.php
On Knife's Edge : A Young Girl's Journey Through Borderline Personality Disorder
I think porn, to a certain extent, is healthy for a couple. It can be healthy for people. But when I was a teenager I knew who Ron Jeremy was. I grew up very much open to porn. Turn that off. Or vice versa. Porn and stuff like that has never been a huge issue to me.
I find it healthy. Many women would go ballistic if they found of that their man had gone to a strip club. Some people actually enjoy it. But, you know, if I find the right person it probably will be important again. I never did. I had one I can remember that kind of sticks out: it was a friend of mine, Fiona, her friend Sam came over from Wales.
They had been working together in Mallorca and he was just drop dead gorgeous.
That was my biggest conquest. I was delighted. That was, well, a three-night stand — but still laughs. No, no.
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I stopped to think. It was with a man. I do sometimes.
I think everybody does. A year-and-a-half of celibacy.
God love the next person who meets me laughs. Yeah, of course I do. I tried laughs. She signed me up to Tinder and I hated it. It was basically offers of sex. Oh, yeah, completely. I had the breakdown, believe it or not, three years ago now — I was in a psychiatric unit being held under the Mental Health Act. So, that was only three years ago now. Then, when I came out there was a lot of recovery going on. And then a year after the breakdown, my marriage broke up. So, I never really properly recovered — just as I was starting to get back on my feet again, I was back down in the dumps.
And looking back, it explains, growing up, how I felt — I was never part of things properly. Why I acted impulsively: I was always in trouble. And then obviously going into the college years where I was impulsively drinking for days on end, taking drugs. My mood swings were just unbelievably bad. And it just all came to a head. I overdosed and I self-harmed — and I ended up being held for my own safety.
They think I had it as far back as my childhood. They think from the first time I presented when I was 15 with the anorexia — that was Borderline Personality Disorder. But every time I just kept getting treated for something different. So, first of all it was an eating disorder, then it was a suicide attempt, then it was self-harm.
I sliced my legs and my arms open — with a knife. And all you want to do is release the pain. Buy Bear Grylls Knife.