hey mary, i was reading your post on your other board and saw that you did npt know who i was and i am sorry for that it is me dem. my password got lost, and as you saw that i spelled it wrong. again i am so sorry for thar
That was a wrong thing for me to say, A bad assumption on my part . I am sorry for that. As i said before time does cause people to drift apart. as far as my writing goes , my eyes are not good and should proof read what i wrote better than I should and i dont and i am wrong for that, BUT that does not make me stupid or not hard to understand, some people choose not to listen, As far as that other thread goes i was venting in general terms that was all. i was not looking to get accused of attacking anyone, i choose not to let bpd be pushed down my throat for the rest of my life, if others do that is there choice, but that does not mean i have to, I no longer need to have an one to approve of me, This is what i choice to do, I will move away from the mental health system on my terms not what they want, one thing this has taught me is who my true dear friends are and i love dearly
I never said it was an excuse or reason to do it, i just rush through it and i am wrong, i need slow down, it is a very bad habit and i am wrong for it.see again i am taking ownership of my actions,I am trying to change my life and move forward in life, come back to these boards was a big mistake, because, i ami am either invisible or judged by people pretending they are pdoc,. you know all i have done is try try to reach out to you and which now i so realize it was a mistake, you best friend is back as i knew she would,,I had right to be here just like everyone else but there is just to high a price to pay.
you did want them to leave, you trust them. well as we both know i was not good enough to be your friend, i did come back here for this, i just wanted to move on in my life, i am done with this conversation, i am just done,
I believe you have made a wise decision. If staying here is so stressful to you, then it's time to leave. You have to make yourself THE priority in your life.
Yes, I have changed. I have decided to lean on my husband most of the time. I get my self-worth from him. Yes, when I am in a crisis, I ask the SA community for help. I lurk a lot and only post when I think I can say something helpful.
I wish you the best. Mary
... but we rejoice in our afflictions because we know that affliction produces endurance, endurance produces proven character, and proven character produces hope. Romans 5:3b
you know i am sorry that you have had a hard time with your health issues and things between you and hubby, i have been reading it as i said, i never said i was going to leave i was just tried of that conversation, i busted my tail in four years on these boards because i always thought of everyone here as family, i just got out of the hospital a month ago, i have been trying really hard to change my way of thinking, i just really ha wanted to thank you for your lift in myself worth, i am not staying where i am not wanted
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