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New Favourite Episode [Mar. 22nd, 2007|10:34 pm]
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So, season 2 episode 16 (The 5th Race) is my new favourite episode of Stargate. A bit obvious, since I love language.
Tried to stay awake but I had a headache, so I slept a little after watching Mission Impossible 3. The bonus stuff was more interesting than the feature. Saw a preview for the new Transformers movie. Yum. Definately want to see. (I also like space movies, can you tell?)
Didn't have net connection throughout the day, but I ripped a bunch of cds, had a shower and did laundry. Had fish & chips for dinner. Mmm. Then went on a Wii-hunt with Ian. I got some yarn (the last I bought doesn't go with what I am making), bubbles tea (mmm), part one of an asian trilogy (dvd - I already have the third, and have ordered the second), and a PS2 game (Rule of Rose). The bubble tea shop in St. Catherines has definately fallen out of my favour. Although they offer a broader selection, the cost is higher and they give you less tapioca.
Put away my purchases, put away laundry, wrote a letter to Leah and prepared her package, took care of some online business, and watching Stargate; working on knitting. Also started Lost in the Mirror.
I would say it has been a pretty good day.

p.s. Has anyone read Stop Walking on Eggshells? I have been told it is more for non-BPDs than a self-help sort. I would like to get some other opinions and see if it is something I wish to invest my time in reading.
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[User Picture]From: nineveh_rains
2007-03-24 04:22 am (UTC)
Cool. Did you find it helpful at all?

I still want to come visit some time. Maybe in May? (Lots of choir engagements in April.)
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[User Picture]From: hokus_mouse
2007-03-23 09:15 pm (UTC)
I have it and would recommend it. It helped me deal with my mother's behaviour *hugs*
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[User Picture]From: xlife_n_deathx
2007-03-30 11:16 am (UTC)
I haven't read any borderline related books yet. I guess I don't want to keep books like that where my mother can see them. Which borderline books have you read so far that you find helpful?
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[User Picture]From: nineveh_rains
2007-03-31 03:21 am (UTC)
I haven't read all that many, but I found "I Hate You - Don't Leave Me" incredibly helpful. I have read it through twice, went through it with a highlighter and lent it to family for them to read. My mom currently still has it. I recently started reading "Lost in the Mirror" which I think would be really good for those new to the diagnosis. The writing is akin to those pre-teen books about puberty. ie "You may begin to notice changes..." if you know what I mean. But it still has some good bits to it (although I'm only on the second chapter so far).
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