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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8070 on: December 31, 2017, 09:51:15 AM »
https://www.reddit.com/r/JUSTNOMIL/comments/7mhyuf/vacation_bitchs_mental_health/?sort=new&limit=500

I've studied Abnormal Psychology when I was in school and have dealt with clients who suffered from Schizophrenia....however, THIS is SERIOUSLY SCARY!!!!!!!   :shock:

That is scary, Bones, it's amazing where the human mind can go.  I've often wondered about those sorts of delusions that seem to accompany Schizophrenia as they tend to seem scary?  I don't often hear of people having nice delusions and thinking everyone loves them and wants to be their friend.  It's odd that the mind tends to head towards the unpleasant with those sorts of conditions.  Well I hope she gets the help that she needs and that everyone else who's been affected is able to get back on track again; it's scary to witness and/or be on the receiving end of something like that.

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And to think she was targeting a group of employees at a travel agency for simply doing their jobs!!!!!

I know, it's not the sort of situation standard job training would prepare you for!  I think everyone would need a good cup of tea afterwards :) xx

Tea or Coffee!!!

Lol, maybe coffee and vodka!  xx

No booze for me, thanks.





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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8071 on: January 01, 2018, 02:49:02 AM »
Happy New Year, Bonesie!  I hope 2018 is N free and brings some health and happiness your way.  Lots of love xx

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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8072 on: January 01, 2018, 12:15:17 PM »
https://www.reddit.com/r/JUSTNOMIL/comments/7n5vh0/ways_my_nmom_broke_me_an_update_on_my_former/


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This "therapist" is a NIGHTMARE!!!!  It's idiots like this that makes it harder to find a decent therapist I can trust.
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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8073 on: January 01, 2018, 12:19:01 PM »
Happy New Year, Bonesie!  I hope 2018 is N free and brings some health and happiness your way.  Lots of love xx

Happy New Year, Tup!
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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8074 on: January 02, 2018, 01:46:33 AM »
https://www.reddit.com/r/JUSTNOMIL/comments/7n5vh0/ways_my_nmom_broke_me_an_update_on_my_former/


TRIGGER WARNING!!!!

This "therapist" is a NIGHTMARE!!!!  It's idiots like this that makes it harder to find a decent therapist I can trust.

What an awful situation.  That poor lady.  Yes, I agree, some therapists (some people, really!) just need to be locked in a cupboard and kept away from people.  The right therapist can be life changing - the wrong equally so, I guess.xx

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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8075 on: January 02, 2018, 09:39:18 AM »
https://www.reddit.com/r/JUSTNOMIL/comments/7n5vh0/ways_my_nmom_broke_me_an_update_on_my_former/


TRIGGER WARNING!!!!

This "therapist" is a NIGHTMARE!!!!  It's idiots like this that makes it harder to find a decent therapist I can trust.

What an awful situation.  That poor lady.  Yes, I agree, some therapists (some people, really!) just need to be locked in a cupboard and kept away from people.  The right therapist can be life changing - the wrong equally so, I guess.xx

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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8076 on: January 10, 2018, 03:41:52 PM »
Just wanted to vent my annoyance somewhere.

One of my neighbors invited me to her condo unit for Christmas Day.  At the time she invited me, she made a comment about the fact that I have no family.  (Excuse me?  Are you inviting me because you feel sorry for me?  If so, save it!)  I asked her if I could come later as some friends, one who is bed-ridden, also asked to see me.  The shut-ins can't drive over to visit me because they are Shut-Ins...hello?  The neighbor who invited me got huffy while telling me that, yes, I could come by later after visiting the friends who are shut-ins on Christmas Day.  I take care of my visit, come home, and find the neighbor's condo unit all dark and no answer at the door.

I saw her a few days ago and she gave me a sulky face.

WTF?!?!?!?

If you are inviting me because you enjoy my company, that's great.  If the only reason you are inviting me is because you feel sorry for me and want to look good to your other "Christian" friends, then don't bother!

GRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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« Reply #8077 on: January 10, 2018, 03:57:41 PM »
Just wanted to vent my annoyance somewhere.

One of my neighbors invited me to her condo unit for Christmas Day.  At the time she invited me, she made a comment about the fact that I have no family.  (Excuse me?  Are you inviting me because you feel sorry for me?  If so, save it!)  I asked her if I could come later as some friends, one who is bed-ridden, also asked to see me.  The shut-ins can't drive over to visit me because they are Shut-Ins...hello?  The neighbor who invited me got huffy while telling me that, yes, I could come by later after visiting the friends who are shut-ins on Christmas Day.  I take care of my visit, come home, and find the neighbor's condo unit all dark and no answer at the door.

I saw her a few days ago and she gave me a sulky face.

WTF?!?!?!?

If you are inviting me because you enjoy my company, that's great.  If the only reason you are inviting me is because you feel sorry for me and want to look good to your other "Christian" friends, then don't bother!

GRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Oh Bones, that sounds horrible, is she someone you know well?  Had she gone out or was she pretending not to be in?  I get that there might have been an emergency but you'd think she'd have said that next time she saw you?

I know what you mean about not wanting people to feel sorry for you.  I've had friends over the years (I thought they were friends) who were incredibly supportive when I was going through a rough patch (much appreciated) but then vanished when things got better and there wasn't a problem going on for me anymore.  It made me wonder if they'd just felt sorry for me instead of wanting to be with me because they enjoyed spending time with me.  It's not a nice feeling.  I'm glad you got to see your other friend on the day though xx

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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8078 on: January 10, 2018, 04:10:38 PM »
Just wanted to vent my annoyance somewhere.

One of my neighbors invited me to her condo unit for Christmas Day.  At the time she invited me, she made a comment about the fact that I have no family.  (Excuse me?  Are you inviting me because you feel sorry for me?  If so, save it!)  I asked her if I could come later as some friends, one who is bed-ridden, also asked to see me.  The shut-ins can't drive over to visit me because they are Shut-Ins...hello?  The neighbor who invited me got huffy while telling me that, yes, I could come by later after visiting the friends who are shut-ins on Christmas Day.  I take care of my visit, come home, and find the neighbor's condo unit all dark and no answer at the door.

I saw her a few days ago and she gave me a sulky face.

WTF?!?!?!?

If you are inviting me because you enjoy my company, that's great.  If the only reason you are inviting me is because you feel sorry for me and want to look good to your other "Christian" friends, then don't bother!

GRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Oh Bones, that sounds horrible, is she someone you know well?  Had she gone out or was she pretending not to be in?  I get that there might have been an emergency but you'd think she'd have said that next time she saw you?

I know what you mean about not wanting people to feel sorry for you.  I've had friends over the years (I thought they were friends) who were incredibly supportive when I was going through a rough patch (much appreciated) but then vanished when things got better and there wasn't a problem going on for me anymore.  It made me wonder if they'd just felt sorry for me instead of wanting to be with me because they enjoyed spending time with me.  It's not a nice feeling.  I'm glad you got to see your other friend on the day though xx

We've been neighbors for quite a few years.  I don't know what she did on Christmas Day and I didn't bother to ask when she gave me that sulky face on sight.  I'm not going to waste my energy on that.  I get irritated when people attempt to use me to make themselves look good.  To me, that's some phony $h!t.

I'm glad I got to see my other friends and got the chance to spoil their fur-baby.  (They have a cat.)
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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8079 on: January 29, 2018, 09:46:58 AM »
https://www.reddit.com/r/MomForAMinute/comments/51vvvk/welcome/

I just found out about this Reddit group.

I'm looking it over.
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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8080 on: January 29, 2018, 11:02:55 AM »
https://www.reddit.com/r/MomForAMinute/comments/51vvvk/welcome/

I just found out about this Reddit group.

I'm looking it over.

Oh Bones, it looks nice, so it would be like having a cyber mum?  Or being a cyber mum, if you were the one doing the mum bit?  It sounds like a really good idea.  Would you be thinking about being a moderator as well?  You'd be really good at that, although I imagine it probably takes up quite a bit of time xx

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« Reply #8081 on: January 29, 2018, 11:17:44 AM »
https://www.reddit.com/r/MomForAMinute/comments/51vvvk/welcome/

I just found out about this Reddit group.

I'm looking it over.

Oh Bones, it looks nice, so it would be like having a cyber mum?  Or being a cyber mum, if you were the one doing the mum bit?  It sounds like a really good idea.  Would you be thinking about being a moderator as well?  You'd be really good at that, although I imagine it probably takes up quite a bit of time xx

I'm not sure yet.

I'm just lurking for now.
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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8082 on: January 29, 2018, 02:08:28 PM »
It's good to watch and wait, Bonesie, and see how things develop.  How are things going for you healthwise now?  A little better, I hope xx

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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8083 on: January 29, 2018, 04:51:47 PM »
It's good to watch and wait, Bonesie, and see how things develop.  How are things going for you healthwise now?  A little better, I hope xx

Thanks, Tupp.

I've been taking things slow.
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« Reply #8084 on: January 31, 2018, 03:30:58 AM »
It's good to watch and wait, Bonesie, and see how things develop.  How are things going for you healthwise now?  A little better, I hope xx

Thanks, Tupp.

I've been taking things slow.

Slow and steady wins the race and all that :)  I find I get bored and then speed up a bit and overdo it so I'm working on staying slow for longer lol xx