Tag Archives: Avoidance

Krishnamurti on Relationships & Self-Knowledge


The following are some of my favorite Krishnamurti quotes and excerpts that I have accumulated over the years. And some of these may include my own amending and modifications, because when I read, I don’t just consider what the author … Continue reading

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Why Are You In the Relationships You Are In? (On “Right Relationship” . . . For the Bluebird in Your Soul)


Why are you in the relationships you are in? Convenience? Because they’re fun and they make you feel good about yourself and being you? Because the other person supports and accepts and salves you? Why do you choose to let … Continue reading

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M. Scott Peck on Dependency and Borderline Personality Disorder


I define dependency as the inability to experience wholeness or to function adequately and morally without the certainty that one is being actively cared for by another. Dependency in physically healthy adults is pathological. It is sick. It is always … Continue reading

Posted in Antilove, Borderline Personality Disorder, Dependency, Love, Love is a Choice, Love is a Commitment, Love is Not a Feeling, M. Scott Peck, Passive-Dependent Personaility Disorder, The Road Less Traveled, Toxic Parents, What is Love? | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 8 Comments