Pretend it’s 1995.



About luckyotter

This blog is my journal. I just choose to share it with the world instead of keeping everything inside my head. I'm a recovering Borderline and have also struggled with Avoidant Personality Disorder. I also have Complex PTSD due to having been the victim of narcissistic abuse for most of my life. I write mostly about narcissism, because I was the child of a narcissistic mother, and then married to a sociopathic malignant narcissist for 20 years. But there's a silver lining too. In some ways they taught me about myself. This blog is about all that. Not all my articles will be about NPD, BPD or other personality disorders or mental conditions. I pretty much write about whatever's on my mind at the moment. So there's something for everyone here. Blogging about stuff is crack for my soul. It's self therapy, and hopefully my insights and observations may help others too.
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12 Responses to Pretend it’s 1995.

  1. This constant phone checking is irritating and rude, it actually erodes relationships. I used to have a younger friend who did this on our weekly meet up.

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  2. Kay Morris says:

    I love it! Conversation and personal connections are lost arts

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  3. kmeskimen says:

    My phone is my life, it has everything on it. So I have trouble with this all the time.


  4. Ruby says:

    I do wish it would go back to the old way of doing things. Guess that means I’m old-fashioned. No but really, people used to have reasons to call each other and actually talk. Now with things like google you don’t even bother to call to ask someone a question.

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    • luckyotter says:

      I agree…to a point. But I know now that these things exist, I would be beside myself without them. But back then, we didn’t miss them and there was more actual….talking. But for an introvert like me, it’s easier to text or email. lol


  5. Just Plain Ol' Vic says:

    I think society would burst into flames if everyone had to put down their phone, get away from social media and actually hold a conversation.

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