I read your article regarding women who blackmail men into fatherhood - and the heinous consequences this has on men; for god forbid loving a sufferer of BPD. Second, I do not claim to be any sort of "medical authority." I do however, hear from many, many people who are referred to my BPD site materials by their psychiatrist or psychologist.
During the meeting, she held up a gun and shot both of her daughters, police said. Taylor ran into the street and Christy Sheats followed, shooting Taylor again.
“Jason Sheats and both daughters managed to get out of the house house by going through the front door,” sheriff’s office said Monday in the press release. According to a witness, Christy Sheats went back inside the home to reload the gun.
Christy Sheats, 42, killed Taylor Sheats, 22, and Madison Sheats, 17, the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office says.
She was shot once by a Fulshear Police officer after she refused to drop her gun, the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office said.
The person with Borderline Personality Disorder draws you close, perceives (for whatever reason) that you will not meet their needs, then pushes you away.
I am a certified mental health councillor, and specialist in the field of Borderline Personality Disorder.Police said he was hospitalized because of his emotional state after the incident. Jason Sheats told police he thought the meeting was to tell their daughters they would be getting a divorce.She had also recently had an argument with Taylor, trying to prevent her from seeing her boyfriend, the sheriff said.The responding officer saw her shoot one of her daughters in the street, the sheriff’s office said in a press release. Sheats and her daughters were identified by police on Saturday.Jason Sheats, the girls’ father and Christy Sheats’ husband, was at the home at the time of the shooting, but was not injured. Here’s what you need to know: She was joined in the living room by her husband, Jason Sheats, and her two daughters, Taylor and Madison, the sheriff’s office said.It absolutely disgusts me that people like yourself can write such fantastical scenarios while assuming they have any sort of medical authority on the matter. It frightens me to think that someone might read your numerous rants and think it is perfectly reasonable to whitewash genuine actual mental health issues with your ridiculous ideations, or worse, think there is any fact behind them. I see this, and grandiosity about your 'qualifications' as innate insecurity. I spent about five years in DBT, and after that was accepted to seminary and moved to Kenya, Africa to be a hospital chaplain.