i've always found Personality Disorders of great interest. while this type of Personality Disorder is not as common as others, to observe someone who has it is truly amazing. amazing in a shake your head, "this person can't be for real" kind of way.
from the DSM-IV: Histrionic Personality Disorder.......
a pervasive pattern of excessive emotionality and attention seeking, beginning by early
adulthood and present in a variety of contexts, as indicated by
since the thread was closed before I had a chance to reply to your comments, I decided to put them in my blog. you wrote: Nadawon... the ended relationship between you and kahil finally resolved itself. Why stir it up again? The spurned lover thing is silly.
such as is your and his "relationship", my "relationship" with kahil was never on an in-person level. it consisted of web-camming, im's, e-mails, and telephone calls. we never met in person. the web-camming
since valentine's day is approaching, my local paper has began running feature in the lifestyles section where you can write a message to the one you love, professing your love. i've never been a fan of public displays of affection such as these. i've always felt if i love someone, they're gonna know it; i don't have to publicly broadcast. still, i have been reading them the past week. it intrigues me to see if people who do this type of thing are creative in what they profess, or if they say
i never intended to start a “blog” on these boards, mainly because i wasn’t sure if i would have the time to maintain one. however, something recently happened that has left me confused, frustrated, and disappointed and i needed to get it out some way. writing it down seemed to be the best catharsis.
a few months ago, i started talking with someone i met through JUB. as the relationship grew, we began talking on an almost daily basis through instant messaging outside of JUB, e-mail,