19 Jun

Early tomorrow morning I am venturing to my psychologist’s office but not to see my psychologist. Im getting tested for a personality disorder.
So woohoo…
I leave for the UK next Sunday afternoon. And Im starting to panic about packing leaving being gone for a month. Oh and most importantly the anthropology part of the trip. The…looking at bones and figuring out new terminology. Going to work at the museum of London with people ive never met. Spending time with my roommate i barely know. And leaving behind my gf and trying to figure out communication and trust.

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  1. (e)m June 20, 2013 at 5:06 am #

    good luck with everything. Good communication is key, as is knowing when to give each other space. Also, skype is really good for keeping in touch.

  2. TomBoy September 13, 2013 at 3:14 pm #

    Were you given the MMPI or MCMI? Do you know about DBT and boundary work. Good luck to you.

    • colormeanew November 18, 2013 at 8:07 pm #

      hey sorry for responding so very late. and honestly i don’t remember the test…i just know it diagnosed me as having anxiety and dsythemia(?) and listed my top five personality traits like being dependent and self hating. also what is dbt ?

      • TomBoy November 19, 2013 at 12:29 pm #

        Np. Dysthymia. DBT would help your self-hating. It’s a type of direct therapy where you learn to pilot your own plane, so to speak. Controlling emotions and separating from the person who you are. You can do a google search to see therapists and psychologists in your area who do that type of work.

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