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Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?

 
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OP know and understand this:


There is no such thing Bipolar Personality Disorder.

It does not exist.

"Bipolar" people are psychopaths or sociopaths.

The problem with psychopathy is that it is there is no known treatment for it, no medication or treatment can help this psychological disorder. That it cannot be treated well known and has been known for many years.

This is a problem for the psychiatric and pharmaceutical industry because if it can't be treated there is no real way to profit from it. So they created a new label of Bipolar Personality Disorder and left with it a plausible connotations that it is a treatable disorder. "Bipolar" people are psychopaths under another label.

So treat people with "Bipolar Disorder" with caution and avoid them as much as possible.
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too funny.. dealing with my BPD mom now.. the other night she tweaked on me.. she came over and threw rotten bananas at my place.. now she's trying to pretend she didn't have a complete meltdown and trying to pass it off that I'm a bad son for not coming over for dinner tonight

I think I might move to someplace exotic.. I hear antarctica is beautiful this time of year

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There is no such thing Bipolar Personality Disorder.
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BPD is Borderline Personality Disorder. Used to be called a sociopath.
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i'm already in a relationship.
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What's his name?

:jkrtytyi7:
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not telling, besides my husbands not into queer texans. rolleyes
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OP know and understand this:


There is no such thing Bipolar Personality Disorder.

It does not exist.

"Bipolar" people are psychopaths or sociopaths.

The problem with psychopathy is that it is there is no known treatment for it, no medication or treatment can help this psychological disorder. That it cannot be treated well known and has been known for many years.

This is a problem for the psychiatric and pharmaceutical industry because if it can't be treated there is no real way to profit from it. So they created a new label of Bipolar Personality Disorder and left with it a plausible connotations that it is a treatable disorder. "Bipolar" people are psychopaths under another label.

So treat people with "Bipolar Disorder" with caution and avoid them as much as possible.
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Borderline Personality Disorder.

Or British Petroleum Douchebag.
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and besides, there are no queer men in australia
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I remember Ahmadinejad saying that about Iran...

its the kind of thing fucked-up selfish hitler type of people (usually BPD) would say...
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BPD as in Bi-Polar disorder

or BPD as Borderline Personality Disorder?



Which one we discussing here ?


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I was married to a BPD man for 22 years. They are indiscriminate shredders (shredding your life and everyone around you).

Fortunately, i found an awesome newsgroup for support (it was 1996 and newsgroups were popular back then). In that group, we called a BPD's modus operandi 'hoovering', meaning their favorite thing is to suck you BACK in...

One thing learned in that group is that BPD women are WAY more dangerous than BPD men. A BPD man will hit his partner with an open hand ~ whereas a BPD woman will pick up a gun and shoot her partner.

Phil Hartman was a sadly infamous victim of a dangerous BPD woman.
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and besides, there are no queer men in australia
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I remember Ahmadinejad saying that about Iran...

its the kind of thing fucked-up selfish hitler type of people (usually BPD) would say...
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i'm already in a relationship.
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What's his name?

:jkrtytyi7:
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not telling, besides my husbands not into queer texans. rolleyes
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i'm already in a relationship.
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What's his name?

 Quoting: ScrumpTheTexan


not telling, besides my husbands not into queer texans. rolleyes
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Didn't you just claim to be 'very smart'?

You capitalize & punctuate like a 3-yr old, and really suck at trolling.

;)
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My ex-wife is BPD. It was hard to deal with, though I did for near on 6 years. I really did love her, dseeply, but she just got worst and worst. It became impossible to be patient and deal with it day in and day out as I had been doing.

One moment she was kind, compassionate, loving, soft and gentle. Then suddenly she would just become angry, irritated, upset and outright mean and cold. She would argue with me over the stupidest things, make me feel like a piece of shit and then not want to talk to me anymore... an hour or two would go by and she would come back and sneak up behind me, give me a hug and tell me how much she loved me (as if the last few hours didn't ever happen.)

On top of that if a girl flirted with me even lightly while we were out (even though I would never respond to the flirtations in kind) she would get incredibly pissed off and go into silent-cold-killer mode. The jealousy was just unbelievable though I never gave her ANY reason to believe I could possibly cheat on her.

There are many things in life that sucked that I would not care to repeat once again. However, I honestly can say that I would rather cut off my own scrotum with a spoon (slowly) than ever have a relationship with a woman like that again. I feel sorry for her, because I know men out there will just get together with her for sex and then leave her once they realize she is screwed up in the head... but what can one do?
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Re: Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?
OP know and understand this:


There is no such thing Bipolar Personality Disorder.

It does not exist.

"Bipolar" people are psychopaths or sociopaths.

The problem with psychopathy is that it is there is no known treatment for it, no medication or treatment can help this psychological disorder. That it cannot be treated well known and has been known for many years.

This is a problem for the psychiatric and pharmaceutical industry because if it can't be treated there is no real way to profit from it. So they created a new label of Bipolar Personality Disorder and left with it a plausible connotations that it is a treatable disorder. "Bipolar" people are psychopaths under another label.

So treat people with "Bipolar Disorder" with caution and avoid them as much as possible.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1329719


There's no such a thing (i don't think) as Bipolar Personality Disorder.

We're talking about Borderline Personality Disorder (i think) here.

And, oh yes, it's VERY real.
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Re: Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?
I was married to a BPD man for 22 years. They are indiscriminate shredders (shredding your life and everyone around you).

Fortunately, i found an awesome newsgroup for support (it was 1996 and newsgroups were popular back then). In that group, we called a BPD's modus operandi 'hoovering', meaning their favorite thing is to suck you BACK in...

One thing learned in that group is that BPD women are WAY more dangerous than BPD men. A BPD man will hit his partner with an open hand ~ whereas a BPD woman will pick up a gun and shoot her partner.

Phil Hartman was a sadly infamous victim of a dangerous BPD woman.
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I believe she was on psychotropics (SSRIs) at the time. Those drugs can make sane people become suicidal/homicidal over time.
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i'm already in a relationship.
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What's his name?

 Quoting: ScrumpTheTexan


not telling, besides my husbands not into queer texans. rolleyes
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Didn't you just claim to be 'very smart'?

You capitalize & punctuate like a 3-yr old, and really suck at trolling.

;)
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i can't be botherd really. it's just the internet fool and i'm not trying to impress anyone unlike you chumpthetexasfag.

1rof1
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Oh yes... an Ex.

It was kinda like this:

:argh1:
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Aren't you gay?
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Aren't you stupid?
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No i'm very smart actually. 5a
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Hah! I knew you were BPD! Caught you red handed!

Though why your hand would be red and what that really means I couldn't say.
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and besides, there are no queer men in australia
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I remember Ahmadinejad saying that about Iran...

its the kind of thing fucked-up selfish hitler type of people (usually BPD) would say...
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1rof1 Indeed
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1rof1 you a fruit-cake! wtf lol
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I remember Ahmadinejad saying that about Iran...

its the kind of thing fucked-up selfish hitler type of people (usually BPD) would say...
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1rof1 Indeed
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1rof1 you a fruit-cake! wtf lol
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it's the aussie way LOL
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My ex-wife is BPD. It was hard to deal with, though I did for near on 6 years. I really did love her, dseeply, but she just got worst and worst. It became impossible to be patient and deal with it day in and day out as I had been doing.

One moment she was kind, compassionate, loving, soft and gentle. Then suddenly she would just become angry, irritated, upset and outright mean and cold. She would argue with me over the stupidest things, make me feel like a piece of shit and then not want to talk to me anymore... an hour or two would go by and she would come back and sneak up behind me, give me a hug and tell me how much she loved me (as if the last few hours didn't ever happen.)

On top of that if a girl flirted with me even lightly while we were out (even though I would never respond to the flirtations in kind) she would get incredibly pissed off and go into silent-cold-killer mode. The jealousy was just unbelievable though I never gave her ANY reason to believe I could possibly cheat on her.

There are many things in life that sucked that I would not care to repeat once again. However, I honestly can say that I would rather cut off my own scrotum with a spoon (slowly) than ever have a relationship with a woman like that again. I feel sorry for her, because I know men out there will just get together with her for sex and then leave her once they realize she is screwed up in the head... but what can one do?
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There was a book called "I Hate You. Don't Leave Me" written about BPD... the title says it all.
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What's his name?

 Quoting: ScrumpTheTexan


not telling, besides my husbands not into queer texans. rolleyes
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Didn't you just claim to be 'very smart'?

You capitalize & punctuate like a 3-yr old, and really suck at trolling.

;)
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i can't be botherd really. it's just the internet fool and i'm not trying to impress anyone unlike you chumpthetexasfag.

1rof1
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Yep scrump, we're dealing with a 9 year old. You're right... moving on.
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OP know and understand this:


There is no such thing Bipolar Personality Disorder.

It does not exist.

"Bipolar" people are psychopaths or sociopaths.

The problem with psychopathy is that it is there is no known treatment for it, no medication or treatment can help this psychological disorder. That it cannot be treated well known and has been known for many years.

This is a problem for the psychiatric and pharmaceutical industry because if it can't be treated there is no real way to profit from it. So they created a new label of Bipolar Personality Disorder and left with it a plausible connotations that it is a treatable disorder. "Bipolar" people are psychopaths under another label.

So treat people with "Bipolar Disorder" with caution and avoid them as much as possible.
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You sir, are incorrect
Bipolar have nothing to do with being psychopat or sociopat.
They are not even related.
Bipolar has to do with spells of depression and spells of overly elevated good moods.


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My ex-wife is BPD. It was hard to deal with, though I did for near on 6 years. I really did love her, dseeply, but she just got worst and worst. It became impossible to be patient and deal with it day in and day out as I had been doing.

One moment she was kind, compassionate, loving, soft and gentle. Then suddenly she would just become angry, irritated, upset and outright mean and cold. She would argue with me over the stupidest things, make me feel like a piece of shit and then not want to talk to me anymore... an hour or two would go by and she would come back and sneak up behind me, give me a hug and tell me how much she loved me (as if the last few hours didn't ever happen.)

On top of that if a girl flirted with me even lightly while we were out (even though I would never respond to the flirtations in kind) she would get incredibly pissed off and go into silent-cold-killer mode. The jealousy was just unbelievable though I never gave her ANY reason to believe I could possibly cheat on her.

There are many things in life that sucked that I would not care to repeat once again. However, I honestly can say that I would rather cut off my own scrotum with a spoon (slowly) than ever have a relationship with a woman like that again. I feel sorry for her, because I know men out there will just get together with her for sex and then leave her once they realize she is screwed up in the head... but what can one do?
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You probably need a hug and a stiff drink after all you've been through. There really is a post trauma when breaking free from a BPD person.

Co-dependent people have a REALLY tough time breaking away from a BPD person (pray for them)... so glad you guarded your sanity {grin}.
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Fuckin A if anything ever comes close to real life demonic possession, then it has to be borderline personality disorder. I'm not long out of a relationship with one, and my mind nearly got fucked up by it all.

Craaazy shit.
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You are correct about demonic possession. Possession has nothing to do with spitting shit and head spinning.

It is much more subtle.


You can see it in the eyes...at times, dark, cold, blank....shark eyes.


You fuckin A.
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Double fuckin' A.
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My ex-wife is BPD. It was hard to deal with, though I did for near on 6 years. I really did love her, dseeply, but she just got worst and worst. It became impossible to be patient and deal with it day in and day out as I had been doing.

One moment she was kind, compassionate, loving, soft and gentle. Then suddenly she would just become angry, irritated, upset and outright mean and cold. She would argue with me over the stupidest things, make me feel like a piece of shit and then not want to talk to me anymore... an hour or two would go by and she would come back and sneak up behind me, give me a hug and tell me how much she loved me (as if the last few hours didn't ever happen.)

On top of that if a girl flirted with me even lightly while we were out (even though I would never respond to the flirtations in kind) she would get incredibly pissed off and go into silent-cold-killer mode. The jealousy was just unbelievable though I never gave her ANY reason to believe I could possibly cheat on her.

There are many things in life that sucked that I would not care to repeat once again. However, I honestly can say that I would rather cut off my own scrotum with a spoon (slowly) than ever have a relationship with a woman like that again. I feel sorry for her, because I know men out there will just get together with her for sex and then leave her once they realize she is screwed up in the head... but what can one do?
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There was a book called "I Hate You. Don't Leave Me" written about BPD... the title says it all.
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My ex-wife is BPD. It was hard to deal with, though I did for near on 6 years. I really did love her, dseeply, but she just got worst and worst. It became impossible to be patient and deal with it day in and day out as I had been doing.

One moment she was kind, compassionate, loving, soft and gentle. Then suddenly she would just become angry, irritated, upset and outright mean and cold. She would argue with me over the stupidest things, make me feel like a piece of shit and then not want to talk to me anymore... an hour or two would go by and she would come back and sneak up behind me, give me a hug and tell me how much she loved me (as if the last few hours didn't ever happen.)

On top of that if a girl flirted with me even lightly while we were out (even though I would never respond to the flirtations in kind) she would get incredibly pissed off and go into silent-cold-killer mode. The jealousy was just unbelievable though I never gave her ANY reason to believe I could possibly cheat on her.

There are many things in life that sucked that I would not care to repeat once again. However, I honestly can say that I would rather cut off my own scrotum with a spoon (slowly) than ever have a relationship with a woman like that again. I feel sorry for her, because I know men out there will just get together with her for sex and then leave her once they realize she is screwed up in the head... but what can one do?
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Think we were with the same person... perfect description of my last relationship.
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not telling, besides my husbands not into queer texans. rolleyes
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Didn't you just claim to be 'very smart'?

You capitalize & punctuate like a 3-yr old, and really suck at trolling.

;)
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i can't be botherd really. it's just the internet fool and i'm not trying to impress anyone unlike you chumpthetexasfag.

1rof1
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Yep scrump, we're dealing with a 9 year old. You're right... moving on.
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Good call... you wouldn't want to get any stupid on you AS.

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Didnt realize it at first. She seemed normal, very pretty... Never actually picked up on it until my life was so fucked up that i started seeing a shrink and telling her what was happening. She told me that my girlfriend sounded like she had BPD. Did research on it and it all clicked.

So many violent episodes where she would beat me. I never understood it. And she thought she was normal and it was all me. Such a bad experience. Such a bad experience. I dont know if I will ever fully recover.
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Didn't you just claim to be 'very smart'?

You capitalize & punctuate like a 3-yr old, and really suck at trolling.

;)
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i can't be botherd really. it's just the internet fool and i'm not trying to impress anyone unlike you chumpthetexasfag.

1rof1
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Yep scrump, we're dealing with a 9 year old. You're right... moving on.
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Good call... you wouldn't want to get any stupid on you AS.

cheers
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hahahah.. well I never granny
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My ex-wife is BPD. It was hard to deal with, though I did for near on 6 years. I really did love her, dseeply, but she just got worst and worst. It became impossible to be patient and deal with it day in and day out as I had been doing.

One moment she was kind, compassionate, loving, soft and gentle. Then suddenly she would just become angry, irritated, upset and outright mean and cold. She would argue with me over the stupidest things, make me feel like a piece of shit and then not want to talk to me anymore... an hour or two would go by and she would come back and sneak up behind me, give me a hug and tell me how much she loved me (as if the last few hours didn't ever happen.)

On top of that if a girl flirted with me even lightly while we were out (even though I would never respond to the flirtations in kind) she would get incredibly pissed off and go into silent-cold-killer mode. The jealousy was just unbelievable though I never gave her ANY reason to believe I could possibly cheat on her.

There are many things in life that sucked that I would not care to repeat once again. However, I honestly can say that I would rather cut off my own scrotum with a spoon (slowly) than ever have a relationship with a woman like that again. I feel sorry for her, because I know men out there will just get together with her for sex and then leave her once they realize she is screwed up in the head... but what can one do?
 Quoting: ArchaicSEAL 873894


A buddy of mine has been with a woman exactly like that for a year now and she moved in with him about 6 months ago. I saw the signs, had her pegged from a mile away and tried to warn him...

Now I'm hearing all the stories. Holy crap. He doesn't know how he's going to get her to move all her shit out now. The guy is f***ed...
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Re: Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?
My ex-wife is BPD. It was hard to deal with, though I did for near on 6 years. I really did love her, dseeply, but she just got worst and worst. It became impossible to be patient and deal with it day in and day out as I had been doing.

One moment she was kind, compassionate, loving, soft and gentle. Then suddenly she would just become angry, irritated, upset and outright mean and cold. She would argue with me over the stupidest things, make me feel like a piece of shit and then not want to talk to me anymore... an hour or two would go by and she would come back and sneak up behind me, give me a hug and tell me how much she loved me (as if the last few hours didn't ever happen.)

On top of that if a girl flirted with me even lightly while we were out (even though I would never respond to the flirtations in kind) she would get incredibly pissed off and go into silent-cold-killer mode. The jealousy was just unbelievable though I never gave her ANY reason to believe I could possibly cheat on her.

There are many things in life that sucked that I would not care to repeat once again. However, I honestly can say that I would rather cut off my own scrotum with a spoon (slowly) than ever have a relationship with a woman like that again. I feel sorry for her, because I know men out there will just get together with her for sex and then leave her once they realize she is screwed up in the head... but what can one do?
 Quoting: ArchaicSEAL 873894


There was a book called "I Hate You. Don't Leave Me" written about BPD... the title says it all.
 Quoting: ScrumpTheTexan


Oh yeah. That's exactly what it felt like for a good 5 out of the 6 years. I just couldn't do it anymore. What I described in my last post would happen two or three times A DAY. I started dreading to come home from work...

Anyhow, I just wish her the best, I hope she finds someone who can tolerate her and actually love her. I couldn't do it anymore, though she realized that she was killing me slowly and chose to leave instead. Though, that too was funny, because then she would call me all the time and get upset because it didn't seem that I cared that she left (wtf?). I fell on my knees a thanked God for getting me out of that (we married before I came to Christ fully, and when I became a Christian she wanted no part in it... which, as you know, makes things even MORE difficult.)

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