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I think 10% is a conservative estimate.
10% Of American Women Have Borderline Personality Disorder
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It's a very conservative estimate. People with BPD often don't get treatment (like Winston) so it's an under reported mental health stat. I bet it's as much as 1 in 4. Probably with any reasonably attractive woman in the U.S. that % skyrockets. The culture breeds narcissistic damaged women.
Haha this describes Winstons' behavior to a T.
Maybe a zero was inadvertently left out.
That 10% number is total BS. No way. The majority of American women are neurotic and it has to be 1 in 3 has serious mental problems.
If you sit on an airplane with some random American woman, the conversation might start out ok, but you quickly discover MAJOR mental issues and the conversation stalls...not work the effort to talk to another one.
Coming back from Chile I had a seat mate who was an attractive blonde woman from Arizona, and a recent graduate of ASU.
She was unusual., made good eye contact and had real grace. In almost all cases like that, the first thing to ask is "Who is your father?"
Sure enough, her father is a mining engineer working in Chile (What is it with mining engineers, women, and me? My father in-law is also a mining engineer. LOL) I was very blunt with her. I said I thought that the majority of American women were real bitches, and about half were BAT-SHIT INSANE! She responded to say "That is what my father says, I agree, would never want my brother to marry an American woman. My father's new wife is a Colombiana."
What a refreshing girl to meet!
I see this as feminist tripe! Bitchy AW claim an "illness" to excuse their bad behaviour. I don't think this illness exists - there's no way to test for it genetically, or any other way. Bitchy women just act up and are "diagnosed" - then when they cut off their husband's manhood, they run to court and claim "abuse" and "illness" and are let off - e.g. Helena Bobbitt.
"Woman is a violent and uncontrolled animal... If you allow them to achieve complete equality with men, do you think they will be easier to live with? Not at all. Once they have achieved equality, they will be your masters." Cato the Elder
The comment after the article by Roger was short and sweet and scored a bullseye:
Roger said (July 11, 2012):
The reason BPD is confined to the West is that in traditional cultures, they don't let women get away with this kind of behavior. If the men are emasculated, the women will run riot. The real cause of BPD is the sense of entitlement Western women have been given.
Hi, I'm the author of that article. Thank you for sharing it.
BPD is a very serious condition. As per my personal standards, I strive to be honest, and it was in so doing that I stated, "Somewhere between 8.7% and 13% of women in the U.S. are afflicted with this grave condition."
However, the editor did take some leadway with my original text. The original manuscript states:
"Doing the math feminists would rather you not, since 85% of [the diagnosed] are women and only adults are diagnosed, that means **officially** somewhere between 8.7% and 13% of women in the U.S. are afflicted with this grave condition. Unofficially, many clinicians state this number is much higher: 20, even 30% of women and up to 10% of men in the United States may be affected. "
No one dares mention *those* numbers, however, for fear they will sound paranoid and inane.
BPD tends to be much more prevalent in girls aged 15-24 than 25-30, much more than 31-40 and very few women older than 60 have symptoms. Psychologists remain divided as to why, however, 33% claiming they grow out of it, 33% claiming it's a spreading epidemic increasing each decade, and 33% claiming no one knows.
I forgot to mention!
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