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The author just narrates episodes of his girlfriend's (and later fiancée's) bizarre and borderline-typical behavior, without realizing that he is an enabler of the worst sort: secretly paying a director of an audition money to give to his girlfriend so she will think she did well. One particular peeve I had is the author's use of his fiancée's Myers-Briggs Type Indicator reading to show how it exacerbates her borderline qualities.
He pays her bills, arranges a repayment schedule for her missed payments, which are legion, cleans her disgusting house and tries to "understand" her while she's lying to him continuously and having secret sex with other men and taking fistfuls of dangerous street drugs, including "roofies," the date-rape drug. She tests out as an INFP (introvert, intuitive, feeler, perceiver), and he lists the worst qualities an INFP can have.
The MBTI merely shows personality tendencies, and anyone may give it to himself/herself without the agency of any kind of therapist.
Second, the INFP type, of which both my wife and I are examples, is not accurately characterized by the horrendous descriptions of mental illness he gives. He can look in two books that interpret the MBTI: Please Understand Me and Gifts Differing.
She suffered from a cluster of Borderline Personality Disorder with Sociopathic tendencies.
While that may sound like a horrible mix, Borderline and Sociopaths are full of charm and charisma and a bag of tri Girlfriend from Hades chronicles my 14-month relationship with a girl who although, loved the idea of commitment, wasn't mentally able to be my or anyone's girlfriend.
While that may sound like a horrible mix, Borderline and Sociopaths are full of charm and charisma and a bag of tricks (one of which is typically pathological lying and extreme manipulation.
Girlfriend from Hades begins at the beginning when Hades, as I since dubbed her, and I met and tells the dysfunctional stories mixed of sentimentality as well as humor through our relationship and ultimate break-up. Any book about a borderline personality will not end happily, as this one indeed attests.
I could go on forever, but if you haven't gotten the idea by now, don't waste your time or money on this book.~I won this book through a Goodreads giveaway in 2012~I am going to start off by saying Chris either stayed in this relationship for 14 months because he really cared for her or he knew he was going to get an entertaining book out it. Either way, it is a very engrossing account of his relationship with aptly nicknamed “Hades”, her disorder and interesting/vile array of friends.That's like saying she was a bat out of hell, and then referring to her as "Hell" for the rest of the book.Fourth, and then I'll arbitrarily quit: The writing, syntax, grammar, usage, and sentence structure is abysmal.First of all the MBTI is not a test for mental illness or disabilities.She would have to take the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory to receive a diagnosis as a borderline or any other psychological disorder.
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