intellectual sickness

They may make hectic efforts to avert being left alone, for example: 1. continuously texting or phoning a person. 2. abruptly calling that being in the middle of the night. 3. physically adhering on to that person and refusing to let go. 4. making threats to harm or kill themselves if that being ever leaves them. Alternatively, you may experience others are smothering, handling or crowding you, which also provokes severe fright and ferocity. You may then respond by acting in ways to make people go away, for example emotion- wise withdrawing, rejecting them or using verbal mistreatment. These two patterns will probably result in an volatile "love-hate" relation with sure people.

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destructive, reckless actions.

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