as a northern man who liked a few beers,worked hard most of my life and a father.
i admit i did most of my crying in secret,big boys dont cry and all that but i think most of us do but generally alone where we can not be seen.i have lost loved ones mostly to thier time on earth being through but i have had relationship break ups and yes they hurt.but around others it was the typical stiff upper lip and a pretence it did not hurt etc but alone the tears flowed.i think now men are growing up in a way and starting to realise emotions are human.
Stephen Timms MP 54
14th May, 2010
East Ham, London.
MP for East Ham Mr Timms was stabbed twice in the stomach at a constituency event on Friday…Liberal Democrat peer Nigel Jones was stabbed 10 years ago in similar circumstances when he was wounded and his aide Andrew Pennington was stabbed to death with a sword in January 2000. Lord Jones said the recent stabbing of Mr. Timms was “shocking”…he is urging Politicians to improve security
Read the full story: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/gloucestershire/8684333.stm
i had a very interest discussion about missing children and if we would want a close to a missing child,ie found either way.
i think the longer they are missing i would agree that emotionally for the child it could be very difficult to re-bond with your parents-but why should someone who has broken the law benefit from a childs love-im undecided after looking at both sides of the same discussion-
bpd is a serious mental health disorder and unfortunately i know from my experience that a loving person one minute can turn into a very abusive,aggressive and sometimes violent person.
paranoia can be prominent,thinking people are plotting against them and trying to do them them harm maybe not in a phsyical but verball way..
fear of been abandoned feels so very real to a bpd sufferer,that it possible they will try to push you away first,thier opponions are so real to themselves and at times they interprate things that in reality are non existingtent.
if you do not agree with what they genuinely believe to be true then they will argue and try and convince others that they are right and the rest of the world is wrong.bpd sufferers believe that if you do not agree with them then you are in fact an enemy.
this is my experience of people who have bpd,
Famous People with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder:
Charles Darwin – 1809-1882
Disabled World – Disability News for all the Family: http://www.disabled-world.com/artman/publish/famous-ocd.shtml#ixzz21iahKWY5-source
- Dan Aykroyd, comedian and actor: Aykroyd stated he has Asperger’s, but some feel he was joking. 
- Richard Borcherds, mathematician specializing in group theory and Lie algebras 
- William Cottrell, student who was sentenced to eight years in jail for fire-bombing SUV dealerships 
- Craig Nicholls, frontman of the band The Vines 
- Gary Numan, British singer and songwriter 
- Dawn Prince-Hughes, PhD, primate anthropologist, ethologist, and author of Songs for the Gorilla Nation 
- Judy Singer, Australian disability rights activist 
- Vernon L. Smith, Nobel Laureate in Economics 
- Satoshi Tajiri, creator of Pokémon 
- Daniel Tammet, British autistic savant, believed to have Asperger Syndrome 
- Liane Holliday Willey, author of Pretending to be Normal, Asperger Syndrome in the Family; Asperger syndrome advocate; education professor; and adult diagnosed with Asperger syndrome at age 35 
fascinating and brave people.
1-craig experts no mh issues-craig none self i thought there was a stress disorder
2-ben-exp none ben ocd self ocd
3-jo-exp depression jo depression self i thought there was none
4-amy-exp no amy ocd self i thouhgt there was something but no idea what
5-debbie-exp ed debbie ed self none
8-paul-exp bipolar paul bipolar self bpd
i think the fascinating thing to me was although i am no expert i had no idea about debbie with ed and jo with depression
excellent programme with very brave people