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Kraichgauer
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29 Apr 2010, 4:30 am

Borderline personality disorder.
Before I met my wife, I was involved with a woman who I thought I was head over heals in love with, who happens to have had BPD. She used me and abused me, took my money, and even took my mom's money. She knew how to use her son, who both my mom and I absolutely loved, to take advantage of us. And did I mention how she cheated on me? Or how after she left me for an ex boyfriend (who had beaten her), she had strung me along with promises of coming back to me? And when she did leave him, it was for a guy who ended up beating her son. Thankfully, Child Protective Services ended up saving her child from both of them. I know this is a genuine disorder, but because I was victimized by a person with it, it's hard for me to be sympathetic toward the rest of the breed. Just because a woman has this disorder doesn't excuse her if she's a crazy, manipulative... er, I'll just say witch.
Sorry if I offended any crazy, manipulative witches.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer



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29 Apr 2010, 5:07 am

Kraichgauer wrote:
Borderline personality disorder.
Before I met my wife, I was involved with a woman who I thought I was head over heals in love with, who happens to have had BPD. She used me and abused me, took my money, and even took my mom's money. She knew how to use her son, who both my mom and I absolutely loved, to take advantage of us. And did I mention how she cheated on me? Or how after she left me for an ex boyfriend (who had beaten her), she had strung me along with promises of coming back to me? And when she did leave him, it was for a guy who ended up beating her son. Thankfully, Child Protective Services ended up saving her child from both of them. I know this is a genuine disorder, but because I was victimized by a person with it, it's hard for me to be sympathetic toward the rest of the breed. Just because a woman has this disorder doesn't excuse her if she's a crazy, manipulative... er, I'll just say witch.
Sorry if I offended any crazy, manipulative witches.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer


Sorry, I didn't mean to duplicate my post.



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29 Apr 2010, 6:52 am

I don't have time for liars. Just tell me the truth, it saves a load of hasstle.
I don't want someone materialistic or showy. I was watching a programme about bed and breakfasts last night and one of the guys couldn't understand why one of the other b&b owners ran a not for profit b&b. He was so focussed on making money that he couldn't see why anyone would want to put their profits into helping other people rather than "dress up" their b&b. That's a real turn-off.
I don't want someone who puts other people down to feel good about themself or if they disagree with what the other person is saying.



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29 Apr 2010, 10:23 am

musicboxforever wrote:
I don't have time for liars. Just tell me the truth, it saves a load of hasstle.


Couldn't agree more with that one.



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29 Apr 2010, 9:10 pm

I think my turn offs would be liars, manipulators and those that believe others are bigots because they don't believe in the same stuff they do. Everyone has their own opinions and a right to have them, do they have to share them or judge others by them no. Add on those that can't understand that the past is the past and it's time to move on, people make mistakes but today's a new day. :)



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29 Apr 2010, 9:19 pm

Girls who are neurotic. I know that it may be in bad form to judge someone based on a mental condition, but I have dealt with enough girls who have some kind of neurotic personality disorder to know that it is best to avoid them. It isn't worth the trouble, and I have my own issues so I don't need to get brought down by other people's crap.



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30 Apr 2010, 1:19 am

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30 Apr 2010, 1:56 am

Bugzee wrote:
Girls who are neurotic. I know that it may be in bad form to judge someone based on a mental condition, but I have dealt with enough girls who have some kind of neurotic personality disorder to know that it is best to avoid them. It isn't worth the trouble, and I have my own issues so I don't need to get brought down by other people's crap.


Have you never heard of the term "() be crazy"?



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30 Apr 2010, 8:22 am

hale_bopp wrote:
Bugzee wrote:
Girls who are neurotic. I know that it may be in bad form to judge someone based on a mental condition, but I have dealt with enough girls who have some kind of neurotic personality disorder to know that it is best to avoid them. It isn't worth the trouble, and I have my own issues so I don't need to get brought down by other people's crap.


Have you never heard of the term "() be crazy"?


are you implying that i'm a crazy b***h and the other girls here are too?



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30 Apr 2010, 10:02 am

ttqs84 wrote:
hale_bopp wrote:
Bugzee wrote:
Girls who are neurotic. I know that it may be in bad form to judge someone based on a mental condition, but I have dealt with enough girls who have some kind of neurotic personality disorder to know that it is best to avoid them. It isn't worth the trouble, and I have my own issues so I don't need to get brought down by other people's crap.


Have you never heard of the term "() be crazy"?


are you implying that i'm a crazy () and the other girls here are too?


No its a joke. Yes I've heard of it.



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01 May 2010, 4:36 pm

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What turns Felgen off:

- Being a fanatical religious activist



yeah, religious fanatics are an instant turn-off for me as well. i'm watching a show on MTV called 'True Life: I'm Home-Schooled'. one of the kids is home-schooled by his strict Christian family. there's this moment where his mom was teaching him geography "from the Christian perspective", that alone left me all weirded out. and his football team only play for God.
yeah, so i'm with you there.

ps: you spoke about unattractive girls being a turn-off for you. are setting your standards high when it comes to their appearance?



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02 May 2010, 6:06 am

hale_bopp wrote:
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I think narrow-minded probably meant racist, homophobic, intolerant, etc.


Narrow minded to me is in all areas: Spiritual beliefs, science, Medical treatments, illegal drugs etc.


Just out of curiosity, what are your beliefs in those?


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