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Alicia Mully
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Android, Psychology, Art, Conversation, Humor, Philosophy, Poetry, Global
Android, Psychology, Art, Conversation, Humor, Philosophy, Poetry, Global

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Nice lil reminder that life is always worth the work ♡

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Good morning y'all, it's getting chilly......
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Loving difficult people or living with a mental health disorder can be exhausting. Make sure to educate yourself as so "to be aware is to be alive"....and make changes when needed.

"In a relationship with a Personality Disorder, several basic truths are present. These include:

The victim in a relationship with a Personality Disorder did not create the Personality Disorder. Many Personality Disorders blame the victim for their assaults, lies, bad behavior, deceptions, intimidations, etc. In truth, the Personality Disorder has those behaviors if the victim is present or absent. Victims don’t cause themselves to be assaulted — they are involved with an abusive and assaulting individual.
Changing the behavior of the victim does not change the behavior of the Personality Disorder. Many victims become superstitious and feel that they can control the behavior of the Personality Disorder in their life by changing their behavior. This is often a temporary fix, meaning only that you are now meeting the demands of the Personality Disorder. When the Personality Disorder feels justified, they return to their behavior with no concern for changes in the behavior of the victim.

Loving sharks doesn’t protect us if we find ourselves dripping blood in a shark tank.


A Personality Disorder is a permanent, long-standing pattern. Time doesn’t change these personalities. If your mother or father had a personality disorder in your childhood, returning home after twenty years will find their old behavior alive and well.
Marrying, having a baby with, moving in with, etc. actually makes their dysfunctional behavior worse. The presence of stress exaggerates and amplifies our normal personality characteristics. Mentally healthy yet shy individuals become even shyer under stress. The stress of additional responsibilities actually increases the bad behavior of a Personality Disorder.
When involved in any manner with a Personality Disorder — as their partner, parent, child, sibling, friend, etc. — we must not only recognize their behaviors but also develop a strategy to protect ourselves. Many of our strategies must focus on protecting our emotional stability, our finances, and our other relationships. As a parent, if our adult son or daughter has a Personality Disorder, we must protect ourselves from their behaviors that might jeopardize our lifestyle and life. As the child of a parent with a Personality Disorder, we must often protect our immediate family and children from the bad behavior of our parent. It’s important to remember that with a Personality Disorder, their survival and well-being is their priority — not the health or well-being of those around them."

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Use your Android device to help with research! 

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#TypicalManLoveGesture Thanks dad & brother for putting my A/C in.....but did you have to use my white throw pillow as an insulator? #ThanksBut lol
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Reminds me of you.....

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