SweetSlumber wrote:whodafudge wrote:SweetSlumber wrote:Right, I have a bad habit of attacking everybody around at times. I'll try to keep it nice. I don't want to act like a rabid animal.
I think I do have traits of AsPD, that's why I'm here. Outside of this forum I wouldn't be able to honestly talk about myself without being called a monster. I realize my first few threads were dedicated to my depression/PTSD/weakness and I get that you might think I'm just misguided based on this.
I may have came here to ask about whether or not my traits seem antisocial-ish, but even I can see that you want to have ASPD bad, or you're deluding yourself into thinking you do, kind of like I was deluding myself (only difference is that I didn't want to have ASPD). People with PTSD can be mean, angry, apathetic, violent people...that doesn't mean they're antisocial. I think that's what you truly suffer from, severe PTSD. Plus, you don't react to my post like someone who has ASPD, my post really got to you. Just stop trying to make it a point to be an ass just to make it seem like you suffer from this disorder.
You're misinterpreting things. I didn't attack you to show off, I attacked you because you exposed a weak point. Whenever I see somebody in a vulnerable state, I have an urge to hurt them. This was true for me since childhood. I'm still hoping that I can find somebody here who understands me.
crystal_richardson_ wrote:when i became an adult some things i just completely gave up on...
close the door. seal it up. embrace superficiality. avoid depth. avoid complexity. avoid tough.
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Borderline personality disorder (BPD), also known as emotionally unstable personality disorder, is a long-term pattern of abnormal behavior characterized by unstable relationships with other people, unstable sense of self, and unstable emotions. There is often an extreme fear of abandonment, frequent dangerous behavior, a feeling of emptiness, and self-harm. Symptoms may be brought on by seemingly normal events.
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