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Re: One project > survey

I had a boss that "hugged" - it made my skin crawl. He did it to all women who worked for him. Not a borderline personality, but certainly a type A (much to the detriment of his family). He wasn't making advances to any of us, but was completely clueless as to how he came across. I wanted to tell him, but he was not the type to take such comments in the spirit in which they were meant.
On Monday, January 3, 2005, at 05:34 AM, Melody wrote:

The hugs I least appreciate in the world are from certain (usually)
borderline personality disordered patients...that is such a personal
invasion of my space from someone I don't WANT to know any better and
done in such a manipulative way that it makes my skin creep. Hmmmph!
Some fine psych. nurse I am...

Hills, IA

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