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About GrlSailorAngele

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    Houston, TX
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  1. Very insightful post. Why are some men so mealy-mouthed and cowardly when it comes to accepting the truth about themselves? Anyways, thanks for sharing.

  2. Tell me about it.....

    Sometimes you're fine. Then comes along that one day where you crave some random forbidden thing, and it just doesn't leave you alone. Teasing you. Tempting you. Saying to you "go on, it'll be fine just this once".

  3. Dude, I have ulcerative colitis, and god damn, I miss chiles, peppers, and the like...

  4. Thank you, it has worked pretty well for me!

  5. You want wings AND a job AND a kid? Ugh. You're a woman. You're out of luck. :-P

  6. I want wings, too, goddammit. This was so awesome! :)

  7. This was an excellent post.

  8. I'm only 31, but will be 32 this year, & I am a child-free female. Overall happy with my decision, and intend to remain biological child-free. The only way I would even consider ever having a biological child would be if I met the right man and he felt like he had to have one. This isn't even saying I'd ultimately decide to do so, just that I'd be willing to discuss/consider. Even then, I'd probably only consider going the surrogate route. I am too fucked up physically to be gestating a human being, quite frankly. Which leads me to my next thought: "Would it really be good to pass on my genetics?" I'm really not sure the answer to that is a resounding "yes." I do think I'd like to adopt one day, but when I think about it, I'm not anywhere ready for that, and I wouldn't want to do it unless I had a partner to raise the child with. The thought of single motherhood makes me want to weep, & I think it's important for a child to see an example of a cooperative, mutually respectful, and loving relationship. I don't hate kids, and I care very much for their well-being, but that doesn't mean that I like them.
  9. Best comment I've read in weeks.

  10. Hahahaha, awesome post.

  11. Nope, I'm a female who is going to second WWII, and raise that by Ancient Greece, Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, & 20's.
  12. I guess apparently so, b/c I did it right here on INTJf last week! Haha, usually, in real life, no, I do not spill my guts to anyone unless they are very close to me, and even then, I pick very specific bits of information to carefully select the recipient. When I do it at all, it's b/c I can't get the loop from repeating in my head, and I somehow think verbalizing/writing it down somewhere will stop the record from skipping in my brain. ---------- Post added 01-21-2014 at 04:23 PM ---------- Hahaha, happens to me all the time. And every time, I am a deer in the headlights.
  13. I'd suggest reading this book: My own Mother didn't have NPD, but she definitely had some narcissistic tendencies. My best friend's Mother on the other hand, full blown NPD, and this book helped both of us. I have since given it to another friend who's mother also has a serious narcissism problem, and she also really got some benefit from it. It just helps to put things into perspective, & shows some of the many masks a lot of narcissists wear, so you're able to more easily separate the facts from the delusions on their part.