Then, as he made to leave the room Michael pushed Diane.
She stumbled backwards, knocking over a table and lamp, and fell to the floor.
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He who succumbs to such a woman’s manipulative ways may soon realize that something is terribly wrong, yet he doesn’t know how to extricate himself from her snare – or better yet, how to avoid her on day one.
Without exchanging even a glance, men left the theatre having participated in an experience that portrayed a hidden ritual of manhood, of which most had firsthand knowledge.
This movie sent a shockwave that moved deep within men’s psyches.
Should this couple actually find a shrink worth his/her salt that tries to hold the Borderline/Narcissist accountable, said shrink is duly fired and vilified by the BPD/NPD.
c) Men are too embarrassed to talk about the hurt, pain and confusion they experience as a result of the way these women mistreat them.
Michael’s yelling, combined with the racket made by the table and chair and Diane’s fall, woke their two children, who emerged from their bedrooms in tears.
Michael then proceeded to stomp around the house, upending a chair and further frightening the kids. At that point, fearing for what might happen next, Diane called her best friend, hastily dressed the children, and spent the night there.
Borderline Personality Disorder isn’t as mainstream in public awareness as other psychiatric diagnoses, but it’s a very real problem that affects many individuals and the people who are in ongoing relationships with them or trying to end relationships with them.
Men are typically accused of being insensitive and out of touch with their feelings.
I recall being in a theatre, watching the hit movie of 1987, Fatal Attraction, about a married attorney (played by Michael Douglas) who has a fling with a work colleague (Glenn Close), and when he later tries to pull away from the entanglement, she becomes insanely obsessed with him and refuses to let go – to the point where she goes to the man’s house and tries to kill his wife (played by Anne Archer).
I was riveted to my seat with a chill running through my body. It had a driving force behind it that seemed to connect men, without external acknowledgement, into a secret club to which no one wanted to admit membership.