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• Posted by Timmy B.
• Date: Sunday, July 30, 2006, at 8:13 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Bouncing is what Triggers to best! (C. Hook)

> Or you could interpret it as me being careful not to fall for a made-up
> clinical history from someone on the internet who might be saying that
> stuff for kicks or as an attempt to put the past behind him, excuse his
> behavior, so that your new posts might gain some legitimacy. It's the
> internet, this happens all the time.

I don't think many people would do that... And those that would, who's to say that they would be acting in their complete control? I think a "disorder" is a way to label an unfavorable trait in someone that is mostly outside of their control. You're right--some people might just be assholes aka be acting in unfavorable ways *within* the realm of their control, yet they could be labeled as having a disorder wrongly. Yet, when do we ever know how much is in one’s control? Anyway, I realize that I need to take responsibility for my actions, even what might not be completely in my control—I don’t think anything is 100% in or out of one’s control…

I was trying to let people know that there are reasons why I have acted as I did--there are factors outside of my complete control that influence my behavior. Yet, I take responsibility for my behavior at the same time.


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