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WW wasn't mentally ill.
So what he let that bitch die. She was gonna ruin his empire bc shes a worthless junkie. Fuck her.
His son puked up the tequila so it didn't damage him at all. Probably was a lesson learned and we've all been there.
Fuck this bullshit assessment
Huge resource of articles on Borderline Personality Disorder BPD and other disorders
I didn't see Walter White was BPD
Breaking Bad on television's AMC network just has to be mentioned here. I'd begun following the series rather late in the game, so I've relished catching up with reruns of early episodes prior to this season's opener (7/15/12). What I missed in the later shows I'd seen, was the depth of Walter White's pathology. There's so much I want to say about this bright, highly manipulative character~ but for the sake of brevity, he's a rageful, impulsive, egomaniacal Borderline ("nobody can reproduce my meth formula"), who's a pathological liar and murderer. Deliberately letting Jesse's girlfriend choke to death on her vomit served his selfish agenda, but his narcissistic myopia caused the demise of numerous others. While we see Walt's transient struggle with guilt/remorse, he defends against these feelings by minimizing the tragedies he's catalyzed with his 'glass half-full' rationale to a high school audience, that makes you wanna throttle him! Yes, he's (intermittently) a great guy and 'Super Dad,' but that mask erodes when he plies his sixteen year old son with tequila, during a celebratory party for Walt's cancerous tumor remitting (many Borderlines have trouble with good feelings, success and victories, which interfere with their death wish). The entire cast of this incredible show does a spectacular job, and the writing is stellar. My favorite character is Jesse Pinkman, brilliantly played by Aaron Paul~ but major kudos to Bryan Cranston and the rest of the gang, for giving us the best TV ever! Find a way to start watching it from season one.Read More
@MrUnknown the split second the conversation sways from work, you need to bring it back to focus. The split second.
These folks need trained like you'd train a dog. When my dog was a puppy, he whined in the crate his first time in there. Took me about 15 minutes, but the second he'd start winding up I'd "shuuuush". A loud forceful shush. He figured it out. These folks can too.
Ask a question. Ask him to reiterate something. Get the focus back. Stop the bullshitting. Set the tone that this is business. This is money. This is time.
They can talk on break or get each others phone numbers and call after work. Or maybe they can leave the room and talk while the rest of you learn.
Its unacceptable and unprofessional.
@Initial-Glove It's orientation training for a job role. I lost my job due to lockdown so the main goal was to get back into employment. This is the initial training. The company itself is great. Well known. Respected. It's not going to be a long-term role. It's a means to an end. I'll progress as much as possible. Increase bank. Go full monk mode. Figure out a plan to break out of standard employment.
Well said. Can't let this shit go on. The trainer shouldn't be training. He's a simp. Something's got to be done.
@Dr_Cockasaurus It's training for a job role. I can't dodge it. The job is part of my plan to get my life in order and give funds for going monk mode.
It's ridiculous. Yeah I'll aim to breeze through it. The end goal is my main focus. The company is great. I've been networking with everyone I can, getting to know department heads. Making myself known.