Ah, but you are the center of the universe? So you decide what is significant and what is not? Maybe someone is running behind 5 minutes because they had other things to do also - oh, it's not about YOU, is it? :rolli:
Please don't poke at peoples comment. Like I mentioned in the earlier post. You see it different, refer to your own situation.
Why this book I'm reading about borderline personality disorder seems quite extreme and certainly pathological in concrete example, yet in more abstract descriptions just sounds like they're describing ENFP/ESFP/INFP/ISFP people.
- need of transitional objects away from home, like stuffed animals, blankets, and photographs
- sleeping in boyfriend's/husband's shirt because it smells like him
- forming intimacies with other people quickly
- enthusiastically persuing interests, only to change their mind or not always finish
- general sensitivity or moodiness, et al
I also find it a little odd and disturbing that supposedly 75% of people who are borderline are women, and that it often levels out in the thirties and forties ...in fifty percent of all cases it can be nearly cured by middle age with or without treatment, and it's only rarely seen in the elderly.
It really leads me to wonder if it's a pathologicalizing of normal young female hormonal states.
I'm not saying BPD doesn't exist (it assuredly does and can be horrible to be around) I'm just wondering if it's one of those things being over-diagnosed in Western society, just like ADHD. There are really big glaring signs of it, but I think these generalizations that could easily be assigned to many women, NFs, or FPs is more than a bit misleading.
"Sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul." - Edward Abbey
I just don't understand how someone who is from the richest and one of the most educated countries in the world does not know enough human history to know that agriculture was the 1st step toward civilization and is perhaps the greatest invention of mankind.
It is the moment we stopped being tribal animals and started to become sentient beings.
So you're a vegetarian? You don't eat meat in the winter?
I'm not even saying that I hunt, because I don't, and have no inclination to do so.
I'm just saying it's frankly not all that bizarre.
No I'm not a vegetarian. I get my beef, pork, chicken and eggs from a couple farms near my home. I'm just saying you can grow some crops all year (greenhouses) and/or use a root cellar and other forms of preserving to sustain all winter long.
I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.