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Guy P: "Well Joseph is back he had a great time. He said that he asked Gabby if she had heard anything from you or if she had talked to you and she said no, she said that you just kinda stopped e-mailing her. Now that isn't what you told me. So somthing is going on here!" ...may I ask what the heck happened? I think something is going on here, too!
He is always in my heart, forever! And no other man will ever ever ever get my whole heart because he has it and I'll never get it back. And I'm quite ready to give him the rest of my heart, what scares me is what he'll do with it....I'm scared he gave it back to me and never wants it back.
I am here... Too many parents of Autistics waste time lamenting the "loss" or 'theft' of a child who is standing right in front of them..waiting..asking..begging to be understood, accepted and loved for who they are. Parents need to stop mourning children who are not lost. They are right here. They are Autistic, and they need you to love them for who they are- without qualifiers or conditions.
"Even when I'm so lonely that it hurts... I'd rather be alone." From PostSecret. For someone with Borderline Personality disorder they are often ambivalent about life & attachment to others.