The only person I've ever informed to their face that they had a personality disorder made my life a complete and utterly unsafe place to be once he knew I had spotted he was mentally ill.
isis16 wrote:That's very disturbing to think that someone would try and discredit you and/or try to hurt you more than they alreay did. When I told N what I thought he was, he didn't really answer. He already had NS lined up so I think it was a moot point to make. He was so high on his new conquest, he couldn't hear me. My concern is when the NS wears off and she realizes he's ill. That's what happened the last time and the second D&D (I believe) was retaliation against me and his other supply for leaving him. I justdont want hims snapping out on me a year from now when I finally feel better like last time. Isn't there a statute of limitations for N's?
HappyBusyFun wrote:No one thanks you for telling them something unpleasant but true about themselves.
- Good morning. Can I just say that I'd like you to know that you are so obese that I find it repulsive. You need help.
- Why thank you my good man. That was just the buck up I needed. Good day to you sir.
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