What really insults you?

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

18 thoughts on “Insults”

    1. I absolutely hate when people do that, like, for example, when somebody asks Frances if I want sugar in my coffee, or how I am coping with the loss of nitro 😄🌻


  1. When someone calls me a liar. Nothing infruiates me more because I do not lie. I grew up with a father who lied and lied and lied and lied. I am not saying that I have never lied but I have not lied forever. So when someone calls me a liar I tend to become so furious.

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  2. My sister would always goad me into an argument, especially in front of her friends and put me down to make her look good. After Mum died, I no longer care how or what she thinks of me and am as interested in her life as she is in mine. I can live with that.
    My weight was always a trigger and MIL in particular would always pull me up on something. It hurt, but I never gave her the satisfaction of seeing me cry.

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      1. The irony was she had a weight problem bigger than mine and was forever trying different fads. You might recall I wrote about her on the slim fast diet which she was having as well as her meals!

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