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Re: Welcome New Members

Postby McTann » Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:41 am

Hello, I'm McTann, dont know why i chose that but here I am. <waves> :mrgreen:
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Re: Welcome New Members

Postby Chucky » Tue Nov 17, 2009 7:00 pm

Hey newbies... ...what brings you all here?
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Re: Welcome New Members

Postby Material » Thu Nov 19, 2009 5:16 am

Hi, I'm Material. It's really hard for me to introduce myself, but I felt it was necessary if I intend to respond to any posts or ask for advice here. That's what I'm here for, to give and receive feedback. It's a forum, after all. Thanks for reading, have a lovely day. :)
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Re: Welcome New Members

Postby commanonce » Thu Nov 19, 2009 5:45 pm

First of all thanks for all the reading material on HPD. It's good to read of and relate to real world experiences.

I'm very attracted to a woman with strongly defined HPD - not as one of her "marks" but sliding in sideways, as it were. I've read many pieces of advice posted here, most of which can be summed up as: "Run for the hills."

Well, we'll see. I have nothing to lose and now I have a pretty good idea of what's going on, so I'm going to give it a try with my eyes wide open. Probably. Possibly.

There are just so many variables. How much does she realise herself? Can the cause be addressed? It's not just getting under the defences, it's staying there - these people have pretty good brooms.

Wish me luck, peeps.
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Re: Welcome New Members

Postby Chaplain_mark » Fri Apr 09, 2010 2:46 pm

Greetings readers and members I am Chaplain Mark O'Reilly I stopped here to introduce myself - Not sure if this is the place to do that or not, I am a licesnsed and registered Chaplain and am currently studying for my Bachelors degree in Biblical Christian couseling. I have a website that can be seen at *Edited by admin - Chucky

So far I have been impressed with what I have seen, ty for this site.

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Welcome New Members

Postby TherapistRR » Fri Apr 16, 2010 3:30 pm

Hi Everyone,

I'm Risa, new member and therapist in the Toronto area specializing in Trich and Skin Picking. If allowed, I am here as a sounding board and to answer any questions if I can.

All the best.
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Re: Welcome New Members

Postby cristalbunny » Tue May 04, 2010 8:47 am

hi there everyone,

I'm new at this and i just found out that i have BDP. :roll:
It explayns allot about my life but i still have allot of questions and i hope that someone can help me awnsering a few..... :oops:
I wil alsow help awnsering some of youres, espesially when youre not formiliar with the disorder :lol:
i'm 27 years old and from my 8 till now i have a problem with BDP, the only difference is that i know now what it is :?
maybe there is someone here that wants to talk to me on msn sometimes? when i need a hand out?
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Re: Welcome New Members

Postby ShadesOfGray » Fri Jun 11, 2010 6:12 pm

hello there:)
I'm Emily or ShadesOfGray.. I'm a newbie, and don't really know much about this site, so help is appreciated:) I haven't actually been clinically diagnosed with BPD or APD but after doing a good deal of looking into it and myself, I'm fairly certain that's what I'm dealing with... anyone who can relate is welcome to get back to me.
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Re: Welcome New Members

Postby Chucky » Fri Jun 11, 2010 8:57 pm

Hey Emily,

You can ask me about anything you need help with. Many of the forums here are kind of quiet, so remember to take a look before you post. If you post in a quiet one, then you might not get a reply from anyone but me! I try my best to reply to the posts that go unanswered by everyone else.

When yuo say BPD and APD, I'm assuming yuo mean Borderline PD and Antisocial PD?

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Re: Welcome New Members

Postby harala » Sun Jun 27, 2010 6:27 pm

Hi, I'm Harala.
I'm looking for something...
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