Mandy, this makes me incredibly sad. Have you thought of putting several dead bolts on your door?
Don't let this man succeed in making you miserable. From now on, don't even read his emails. If you want to send them on to your care team, then tell them you have not read the email. Then delete it. (That would take an enormous amount of strength which I'm not sure I could do but then giving advice can be very easy, can't it.)
I was so afraid that you attempted suicide successfully. I was angry with myself that I had not posted anything to try to help you. I was/am in a deep depression and I couldn't think of anything to say to you.
I am sorry if you felt you were dragged through the mud. I simply wrote about my fear of your death on the Borderline Personality board. I did not write about anything else about you and I did not use your name.
I apologize if you were told that I was talking out of turn about you. I was simply worried about your well-being.
Little Mary and I need some much-needed rest. I'll bring my pink blanket and soft pillows. We will just be sleeping most of the time. I'm sure Little Mary would enjoy a small slice of cake but I won't need anything.
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