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James Duckett, Joshua Duckett’s Father, on Death Row for Murder

James DuckettHoly shit on toast – here’s an interesting twist on the Trenton Duckett saga that I didn’t discover until tonight. Joshua Duckett, of course, is the father of Joshua Duckett and the grandfather of Trenton Duckett, currently the most well-known missing child in the United States. James, however, is not hard at work helping his son find poor Trenton. Instead, the elder Duckett is sitting on Florida’s Death Row for the rape and murder of 11-year-old Teresa McAbee in 1987. Duckett was the last person to see McAbee alive before her dressed body was found at Knight Lake, near the town of Mascotte, Florida.

For his part, Duckett maintains he’s an innocent man. He’s been railroaded – RAILROADED, I say! The Canadian Coalition against The Death Penalty has a personal letter written by Duckett attesting to his innocence, as well as pointers to other information describing how the case against him was flawed

For a while, retired homicide captain Marshall Frank bought much of this evidence. In 2003, he published a two-part article documenting numerous problems with the case, such as rotten evidence handling and prosecutorial sloppiness. But after pressing deeper into the case, Frank did a 180-degree turnaround. He concluded that, not only was Duckett guilty of murdering McAbee, but that he was a “serial killer” who was also responsible for the murder of 14-year-old Jennifer Weldon. Frank’s turnabout occurred after he examined the case file the Lake County police had on Duckett regarding the McAbee murder…and after the Polk County police shared information on a string of other similar murders, including Weldon’s.

I’ve been unable to discover whether the Weldon murder was ever solved. It appears that James Duckett has refused to cooperate with prosecutors on any other cases, which means that progress on these 20-year-old crimes has probably ground to a halt. Weldon, having died before the advent of the Internet, lives on only in the memories of the family and friends who loved her…and in the desks of detectives who no doubt would love to close her cold file.

Back in August, over at the Court TV forums, users discussed James Duckett and what probable impact he might have had on his son, Joshua. Mind you, this was immediately after Trenton went missing, when Josh and Melinda were both prime suspects. At the very least, this family history explains why Josh wasn’t the perfect father up until the time Trenton disappeared. I wonder what similar behavioral insights lie in Melinda’s past…?

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  1. Oh … just to add to the fun it should be noted that James Duckett was a police officer when he committed the crime.

  2. Oh … just to add to the fun it should be noted that James Duckett was a police officer when he committed the crime.

  3. We all know how bad a mother Melinda was,bla,blah but where the hell was Joshua Duckett through all the b.s.that went on throughout this childs life??!!Im sick of Nancy Grace and every other source making Josh out to be some damn victim and super father.How does anyone know that Josh didnt drive or persuade Melinda to take her own life and is hiding Trenton somewhere himself to only later MAGICALLY report that Trenton was found or dropped off mysteriously?!Josh cant be all that innocent in this story especially in parenting himself.If he knowingly knew what a bad mom Melinda was then He should be held accountable for neglect and child endagerment.He admitted himself on Nancy Grace that she was always troubled and still married her anyway.He’s gotta be held accountable for bad parenting as well.Besides,He’s never looked distraught,dispaired or even shed a tear or showed any sorrow every time he’s been on tv.I dont buy his little dumb,simple ass act for one bit!!

  4. We all know how bad a mother Melinda was,bla,blah but where the hell was Joshua Duckett through all the b.s.that went on throughout this childs life??!!Im sick of Nancy Grace and every other source making Josh out to be some damn victim and super father.How does anyone know that Josh didnt drive or persuade Melinda to take her own life and is hiding Trenton somewhere himself to only later MAGICALLY report that Trenton was found or dropped off mysteriously?!Josh cant be all that innocent in this story especially in parenting himself.If he knowingly knew what a bad mom Melinda was then He should be held accountable for neglect and child endagerment.He admitted himself on Nancy Grace that she was always troubled and still married her anyway.He’s gotta be held accountable for bad parenting as well.Besides,He’s never looked distraught,dispaired or even shed a tear or showed any sorrow every time he’s been on tv.I dont buy his little dumb,simple ass act for one bit!!

  5. 95% of the time,the apple doesnt fall far from the tree!!!!!!!!!!!!!!RE-GIVE JOSH A POLYGRAPH!!!!!!!!!JUST CAUSE HE PASSED THE 1ST ONE DOESNT MEAN ANYTHING!!!!!!!THEY ARENT 100% ACCURATE ANYWAY AND NOT ADMISSIBLE IN COURT,SO WHY ARENT THEY REGIVING HIM THE TEST!!?????

  6. 95% of the time,the apple doesnt fall far from the tree!!!!!!!!!!!!!!RE-GIVE JOSH A POLYGRAPH!!!!!!!!!JUST CAUSE HE PASSED THE 1ST ONE DOESNT MEAN ANYTHING!!!!!!!THEY ARENT 100% ACCURATE ANYWAY AND NOT ADMISSIBLE IN COURT,SO WHY ARENT THEY REGIVING HIM THE TEST!!?????

  7. 1. Because they gave him one. Even if he was guilty and still passed, he would probably pass a second one. But he was willing to take one. He did pass. Because he didn’t send an email to himself, threatening his son’s life. Because there is no evidence that he was into making porno movies in front of his son. And just maybe, because he cared enough to fight for his son.

  8. 1. Because they gave him one. Even if he was guilty and still passed, he would probably pass a second one. But he was willing to take one. He did pass. Because he didn’t send an email to himself, threatening his son’s life. Because there is no evidence that he was into making porno movies in front of his son. And just maybe, because he cared enough to fight for his son.

  9. Vangie, I am willing to make a bet that if Josh failed the polygraph you would be in total agreement with it. But of course he passed it so now these polygraphs are not totally accurate. You can’t blame someone for their parents mistakes. A person can be whatever he or she chooses to be in life. So his dad in on death row for rape, does that make Josh a bad child. You have a tendency to put the blame on people b4 you get the facts straight. But answer my question though, if Josh would have failed the polygragh, would you be completly satisfied w/the results or would you still say, those tests are not accurate?

  10. Vangie, I am willing to make a bet that if Josh failed the polygraph you would be in total agreement with it. But of course he passed it so now these polygraphs are not totally accurate. You can’t blame someone for their parents mistakes. A person can be whatever he or she chooses to be in life. So his dad in on death row for rape, does that make Josh a bad child. You have a tendency to put the blame on people b4 you get the facts straight. But answer my question though, if Josh would have failed the polygragh, would you be completly satisfied w/the results or would you still say, those tests are not accurate?

  11. In response to all I have read so far concerning Melinda Duckett, Trenton and Josh…. I feel it would be really nice if someone would look alot closer at Josh Duckett. Who says this man didn’t comitt any wrong doing concerning his wife and or son????? It’s factual that Melinda had a restraining order against Josh and was in the midst of a divorce. Melinda also spoke of bruses she suffered over her body so I guess that says alot. What makes you think that this girl wasn’t living in fear for her life as well as for her sons???? Yes we all listen to NANCY Grace and the one sided bashing she has done on Melinda since day one. That is one person who needs to get her facts straight! Oh and why hasn’t anyone asked how Melinda died ? Does anyone care?…Soooo many left unanswered questions but yet so many accusations.Does a dead women have any rights????? I thank god I’m not the family of this poor girl. As for the pictures that are now surfacing, has anyone ever taken dirty pictures of a loved one before?? Think about it….I pray for Melinda and her family and hope that Trenton will be found alive. AMEN!

  12. In response to all I have read so far concerning Melinda Duckett, Trenton and Josh…. I feel it would be really nice if someone would look alot closer at Josh Duckett. Who says this man didn’t comitt any wrong doing concerning his wife and or son????? It’s factual that Melinda had a restraining order against Josh and was in the midst of a divorce. Melinda also spoke of bruses she suffered over her body so I guess that says alot. What makes you think that this girl wasn’t living in fear for her life as well as for her sons???? Yes we all listen to NANCY Grace and the one sided bashing she has done on Melinda since day one. That is one person who needs to get her facts straight! Oh and why hasn’t anyone asked how Melinda died ? Does anyone care?…Soooo many left unanswered questions but yet so many accusations.Does a dead women have any rights????? I thank god I’m not the family of this poor girl. As for the pictures that are now surfacing, has anyone ever taken dirty pictures of a loved one before?? Think about it….I pray for Melinda and her family and hope that Trenton will be found alive. AMEN!

  13. Unbelivable!!
    The restraining order was issued because Melinda fabricated an email after hacking into Josh’s MySpace account.
    The police filed a report stating the email was in fact written from Melinda’s computer.
    She took said email to a judge and filed a restraining order while committing perjury.
    If Josh was such a threat to her she would not have needed to fabricate lies about him.
    If he beat her up then she would have been able to document this with pictures..
    Clearly the girl was no stranger to a camera.
    BTW Josh was looked at and he was found to be honest and he was cleared.

  14. Unbelivable!!
    The restraining order was issued because Melinda fabricated an email after hacking into Josh’s MySpace account.
    The police filed a report stating the email was in fact written from Melinda’s computer.
    She took said email to a judge and filed a restraining order while committing perjury.
    If Josh was such a threat to her she would not have needed to fabricate lies about him.
    If he beat her up then she would have been able to document this with pictures..
    Clearly the girl was no stranger to a camera.
    BTW Josh was looked at and he was found to be honest and he was cleared.

  15. Bonnie, yes it is true people take nude pictures of their significant others but come on, with your child in the picture as well!!!! This woman will burn in HELL!!!!!!!!!!!!

  16. Bonnie, yes it is true people take nude pictures of their significant others but come on, with your child in the picture as well!!!! This woman will burn in HELL!!!!!!!!!!!!

  17. gina,

    I believe G-d is the only one who can make the determination of Melinda’s eternal damnation.

  18. gina,

    I believe G-d is the only one who can make the determination of Melinda’s eternal damnation.

  19. Brad, if you were God, would you let her in? Ponder that one for a while.

  20. Brad, if you were God, would you let her in? Ponder that one for a while.

  21. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION!!!!THINGS ARE NOT ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM. AND FOR NOW,SOME THINGS CANNOT BE TOLD .

  22. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION!!!!THINGS ARE NOT ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM. AND FOR NOW,SOME THINGS CANNOT BE TOLD .

  23. The things that cannot be told are the things about Melinda that her so called family does not want to be told for their benefit. They want to tell her story, well than, let’s hear the truth about this woman instead of crying, “poor little Melinda Duckett”. What about little Trenton Duckett? What about him? Why doesn’t Melinda’s family try to look for him instead of trying to sue everybody in order to profit from everything!!!!!!!!!

  24. The things that cannot be told are the things about Melinda that her so called family does not want to be told for their benefit. They want to tell her story, well than, let’s hear the truth about this woman instead of crying, “poor little Melinda Duckett”. What about little Trenton Duckett? What about him? Why doesn’t Melinda’s family try to look for him instead of trying to sue everybody in order to profit from everything!!!!!!!!!

  25. something isnt right here

    I ran across Josh’s myspace page a few months ago and noticed he had photos of himself with Hooters girls all laughing and silly and found it really odd and disturbing that a distraught parent of a missing baby would not even MENTION the fact that his child is missing!!!

    Not One Word about Trenton on his myspace page!

    I dont mean to jump to any conclusions, but as a parent it gave me chills and today is the first I had ever heard anything about James Duckett let alone that he may be some kind of serial killer. Does being a seiral killer run in the family??

  26. something isnt right here

    I ran across Josh’s myspace page a few months ago and noticed he had photos of himself with Hooters girls all laughing and silly and found it really odd and disturbing that a distraught parent of a missing baby would not even MENTION the fact that his child is missing!!!

    Not One Word about Trenton on his myspace page!

    I dont mean to jump to any conclusions, but as a parent it gave me chills and today is the first I had ever heard anything about James Duckett let alone that he may be some kind of serial killer. Does being a seiral killer run in the family??

  27. How totally stupid. Whst if you’re dad was in prison for something? Would you consider yourself a criminal just because your dad was. As for the Hooter’s thing, how do you know the exact date the party took place.

  28. How totally stupid. Whst if you’re dad was in prison for something? Would you consider yourself a criminal just because your dad was. As for the Hooter’s thing, how do you know the exact date the party took place.

  29. something isnt right here

    Gina,

    again, there was NO MENTION of Trenton on Josh Duckett’s myspace page or that he was missing AT ALL when I looked at the profile a day or two after Melinda had been found shot!

    I have the right to my opinion and you yours. You dont have to agree but there is no need to be disrespectful, with these kinds of messages.

    you know, can post my opinion and you can think its “stupid” but whatever…
    I dont care to communicate with you any further so please cease and desist immediately!

  30. something isnt right here

    Gina,

    again, there was NO MENTION of Trenton on Josh Duckett’s myspace page or that he was missing AT ALL when I looked at the profile a day or two after Melinda had been found shot!

    I have the right to my opinion and you yours. You dont have to agree but there is no need to be disrespectful, with these kinds of messages.

    you know, can post my opinion and you can think its “stupid” but whatever…
    I dont care to communicate with you any further so please cease and desist immediately!

  31. something isnt right here

    I think having a father in prison or no father at all definitely has a signifigant impact on a child growing up especially a for a boy.

    That doesn’t mean that he is like his father, and it doesn’t mean he isnt. Genetics is an interesting thing. The nature/ nurture theory and all that plays a big part on shaping who a person becomes, their personality etc.

    Mental Illness and personality disorders can and often DO run in families.

    Serial killers are sociopaths, narcissists, they have no regard for the feelings or rights of others, no remorse for their actions and are quite manipulative and have been known to pass lie detector tests because essentially they delude themslves into believe their own lies as a defense mechanism designed to protect their egos and from being exposed as sociopaths.

    Just offering some facts here, I’m not here to argue.

  32. something isnt right here

    I think having a father in prison or no father at all definitely has a signifigant impact on a child growing up especially a for a boy.

    That doesn’t mean that he is like his father, and it doesn’t mean he isnt. Genetics is an interesting thing. The nature/ nurture theory and all that plays a big part on shaping who a person becomes, their personality etc.

    Mental Illness and personality disorders can and often DO run in families.

    Serial killers are sociopaths, narcissists, they have no regard for the feelings or rights of others, no remorse for their actions and are quite manipulative and have been known to pass lie detector tests because essentially they delude themslves into believe their own lies as a defense mechanism designed to protect their egos and from being exposed as sociopaths.

    Just offering some facts here, I’m not here to argue.

  33. something isnt right here

    I agree with Bonnie, a distraught mother is often perceived as being unstable, who wouldn’t be?
    Restraining orders don’t keep perpetrators of domestic violence from doing terrible things to the women who file them. We don’t know who is responsible but I find it sickening that many people jump on the bandwagon that since Melinda is now deceased it “must be her fault”, its easier for people to blame her I guess but it doesn’t make it right or true.

    Josh is a very handsome young man and I have seen the multitudes of young women on his myspace page who claim they love him etc all parading around with photos of themsleves posing provacatively in skimpy bikinis and panties and bras, and I’m sure he is getting alot of attention from these young women over this case but I believe it is for the wrong reasons. Same thing happened with Scott Peterson when women started writing him love letters in prison after he was found guilty of killing his wafe Lacy and their unborn son Conner.

    Josh Ducketts myspace page is here, check it out

    http://www.myspace.com/92022224

    Domestic Violence definitely played a part in this whole sick mess.

    and asfor Nancy Grace, she is nothing more than a sensationalist who is making a profit and increasing her network ratings by having Josh on her show all the time and I can’t stand her one sided reporting.

  34. something isnt right here

    I agree with Bonnie, a distraught mother is often perceived as being unstable, who wouldn’t be?
    Restraining orders don’t keep perpetrators of domestic violence from doing terrible things to the women who file them. We don’t know who is responsible but I find it sickening that many people jump on the bandwagon that since Melinda is now deceased it “must be her fault”, its easier for people to blame her I guess but it doesn’t make it right or true.

    Josh is a very handsome young man and I have seen the multitudes of young women on his myspace page who claim they love him etc all parading around with photos of themsleves posing provacatively in skimpy bikinis and panties and bras, and I’m sure he is getting alot of attention from these young women over this case but I believe it is for the wrong reasons. Same thing happened with Scott Peterson when women started writing him love letters in prison after he was found guilty of killing his wafe Lacy and their unborn son Conner.

    Josh Ducketts myspace page is here, check it out

    http://www.myspace.com/92022224

    Domestic Violence definitely played a part in this whole sick mess.

    and asfor Nancy Grace, she is nothing more than a sensationalist who is making a profit and increasing her network ratings by having Josh on her show all the time and I can’t stand her one sided reporting.

  35. something isnt right here

    So James Duckett is in prison for brutally raping, sodomizing, strangling and drowing an 11 year old girl… that makes me sick! I hope that guy never gets out alive! T

    http://www.throwawaythekey.org

    As a parent, I believe child predators, pedophiles and murderers should never be released! We dont need any mmore dead or missing children!

  36. something isnt right here

    So James Duckett is in prison for brutally raping, sodomizing, strangling and drowing an 11 year old girl… that makes me sick! I hope that guy never gets out alive! T

    http://www.throwawaythekey.org

    As a parent, I believe child predators, pedophiles and murderers should never be released! We dont need any mmore dead or missing children!

  37. Somthing isnt right here,
    Bonnie’s comments, if you read my reply, Melinda obtained the RO by committing perjury.
    In all the DCF documents the violent one appears to be Melinda.
    I am not sure what rights Melinda should have now that she killed herself..
    Why is it even about Melinda? So what if her name is dragged through the mud? She is the one who made the choices that refect badly upon her.
    This was not a case of some loved one taking nude pictures. Melinda aquired camera equiptment from a website owner in order to sell videos of herself.

    As for Josh’s father … there is no indication that he was/is mentally ill a personality disorder is not the same as a mental illness.

    The real truth is that some people no matter what means are used to clear Josh will defend Melinda even though her actions are clearly suspect.
    Man Haters!

  38. Somthing isnt right here,
    Bonnie’s comments, if you read my reply, Melinda obtained the RO by committing perjury.
    In all the DCF documents the violent one appears to be Melinda.
    I am not sure what rights Melinda should have now that she killed herself..
    Why is it even about Melinda? So what if her name is dragged through the mud? She is the one who made the choices that refect badly upon her.
    This was not a case of some loved one taking nude pictures. Melinda aquired camera equiptment from a website owner in order to sell videos of herself.

    As for Josh’s father … there is no indication that he was/is mentally ill a personality disorder is not the same as a mental illness.

    The real truth is that some people no matter what means are used to clear Josh will defend Melinda even though her actions are clearly suspect.
    Man Haters!

  39. something isnt right here

    How does anyone know for sure that Melinda actually committed suicide? I mean for such a petite woman to be able to pull the trigger of a shotgun by herself is next to if not completely impossible. Remember Kurt Cobain’s supposed suicide? It was theorized by a few that perhaps he used his toe to pull the trigger, I dont buy that. Why is it so many are so quick to assume that it was actually a suicide??

    And I’m no man hater, you just eem to be mad that I am expressing a different opinion than your own so you’re resorting to name calling.. how immature. Why do you have problems with people who arent quite as easily convinced as you are that Melinda killed herself? Are you a “woman hater”?

    And yes personality disorders are listed as “mental illnessnes”. Check out the National Institute of Mental Health’s web site sometime.

  40. something isnt right here

    How does anyone know for sure that Melinda actually committed suicide? I mean for such a petite woman to be able to pull the trigger of a shotgun by herself is next to if not completely impossible. Remember Kurt Cobain’s supposed suicide? It was theorized by a few that perhaps he used his toe to pull the trigger, I dont buy that. Why is it so many are so quick to assume that it was actually a suicide??

    And I’m no man hater, you just eem to be mad that I am expressing a different opinion than your own so you’re resorting to name calling.. how immature. Why do you have problems with people who arent quite as easily convinced as you are that Melinda killed herself? Are you a “woman hater”?

    And yes personality disorders are listed as “mental illnessnes”. Check out the National Institute of Mental Health’s web site sometime.

  41. something isnt right here

    Dear Amraam,

    Contrary to what you may believe, Borderline Personality Disorder or BPD is categorized as a Mental Illness and many patients who have BPD are often prescribed anti-psychotics for the treatment of this disorder. Many people with personality disorder have an overlap of one or more of the different types, this is not uncommon. And remember this final point, there is no reason for anyone to have to suffer from stigma for having a mental illness, personality disorders can be effectively treated with therapy and prescription medications which can alleviate the symptoms and help the person to live a productive and fulfilling life.

    Here is some helpful information for you-

    http://www.nami.org/Template.cfm?Section=By_Illness&lstid=328

    About Mental Illness..
    By Illness
    At the heart of NAMI’s mission is the sharing of information with consumers (i.e., persons with mental illnesses), their families, friends, mental health professionals, and the general public. NAMI educates all people about severe and persistent mental illnesses to eliminate stigma and promote access to integrated systems of care, education, and rehabilitation. Research is constantly providing us with new information about the brain and the nature of mental illnesses and, consequently, more effective treatments. The information below comes from mental healthcare providers, advocates, and researchers.

    Borderline Personality Disorder
    Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is characterized by impulsivity and instability in mood, self-image, and personal relationships. It is fairly common and is diagnosed more often in females than males.
    What are the symptoms of BPD?
    Individuals with BPD have several of the following symptoms:
    • marked mood swings with periods of intense depression, irritability, and/or anxiety lasting a few hours to a few days;
    • inappropriate, intense, or uncontrolled anger;
    • impulsiveness in spending, sex, substance use, shoplifting, reckless driving, or binge eating;
    • recurring suicidal threats or self-injurious behavior;
    • unstable, intense personal relationships with extreme, black and white views of people and experiences, sometimes alternating between “all good” idealization and “all bad” devaluation;
    • marked, persistent uncertainty about self-image, long term goals, friendships, and values;
    • chronic boredom or feelings of emptiness; and
    • frantic efforts to avoid abandonment, either real or imagined.
    What causes BPD?
    The causes of BPD are unclear, although psychological and biological factors may be involved. Originally thought to “border on” schizophrenia, BPD also appears to be related to serious depressive illness. In some cases, neurological disorders play a role. Biological problems may cause mood instability and lack of impulse control, which in turn may contribute to troubled relationships. Difficulties in psychological development during childhood, perhaps associated with neglect, abuse, or inconsistent parenting, may create identity and personality problems. More research is needed to clarify the psychological and/or biological factors causing BPD. The field is also actively looking at genetic vulnerabilities.
    How is BPD treated?
    A combination of psychotherapy and medication appears to provide the best results for treatment of BPD. Medications can be useful in reducing anxiety, depression, and disruptive impulses. Relief of such symptoms may help the individual deal with harmful patterns of thinking and interacting that disrupt daily activities.
    Long-term outpatient psychotherapy and group therapy (if the individual is carefully matched to the group) can be helpful. Short-term hospitalization may be necessary during times of extreme stress, impulsive behavior, or substance abuse. More structured cognitive interventions like dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) are now widely used.
    Can other disorders co-occur with BPD?
    Yes. Determining whether other psychiatric disorders may be involved is critical. BPD may be accompanied by serious depressive illness (including bipolar disorder), eating disorders, and alcohol or drug abuse. About 50 percent of people with BPD experience episodes of serious depression. At these times, the “usual” depression becomes more intense and steady, and sleep and appetite disturbances may occur or worsen. These symptoms, and the other disorders mentioned above, may require specific treatment. A neurological evaluation may be necessary for some individuals.
    What medications are prescribed for BPD?
    Antidepressants, anticonvulsants, and the new atypical antipsychotics are common for BPD. Decisions about medication use should be made cooperatively between the individual and the therapist or psychiatrist. Issues to be considered include the person’s willingness to take the medication as prescribed, and the possible benefits, risks, and side effects of the medication, particularly the risk of overdose.
    http://www.tara4bpd.org/dyn/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=30

    Personality disorders are deeply ingrained, inflexible, maladaptive patterns of relating, perceiving, and thinking of sufficient severity to cause either impairment in functioning or distress. Personality disorders are generally recognizable by adolescence or earlier, continue throughout adulthood, and become less obvious in middle or old age. Some personality disorders cited in DSM III-R are:
    Antisocial: A lack of socialization along with behavior patterns that bring a person repeatedly into conflict with society; incapacity for significant loyalty to others or to social values; callousness; irresponsibility; impulsiveness; and inability to feel guilt or learn from experience or punishment. Frustration tolerance is low and such people tend to blame others or give plausible rationalizations for their behavior Characteristic behavior appears before age 15, although the diagnosis may not be apparent until adulthood.
    Borderline: Instability in a variety of areas, including interpersonal relationships, behavior, mood and self-image. Interpersonal relationships are often intense and unstable with marked shifts of attitude. Frequently there is impulsive and unpredictable behavior which is potentially physically self-damaging. Mood is often unstable with marked shifts from normal mood to dysphoric mood or with inappropriate intense anger or lack of control of anger. A profound identity disturbance may be manifested by uncertainty about self-image, gender identity, long-term goals or values. There may be chronic feelings of emptiness or boredom or brief episodes of psychosis..
    Compulsive: Restricted ability to express warm and tender emotions; preoccupation with rules, order, organization, efficiency, and detail; excessive devotion to work and productivity to the exclusion of pleasure; indecisiveness.
    Dependent: Inducing others to assume responsibility for major areas of one’s life; subordinating one’s own needs to those of others on whom one is dependent to avoid any possibility of independence; lack of self-confidence.
    Histrionic: Excitability, emotional instability, overreactivity, and attention- seeking and often seductive self-dramatization, whether or not the person is aware of its purpose. People with this disorder are immature, self-centered, vain, and unusually dependent. Sometimes referred to as hysterical personality.
    Narcissistic: Grandiose sense of self-importance or uniqueness; preoccupation with fantasies of limitless success; need for constant attention and admiration; and disturbances in interpersonal relationships such as lack of empathy, exploitativeness, and relationships that vacillate between the extremes of overidealization and devaluation.
    Paranoid: Pervasive and long-standing suspiciousness and mistrust of others; hypersensitivity and scanning of the environment for clues that selectively validate prejudices, attitudes, or biases. Stable psychotic features such as delusions and hallucinations are absent.
    Passive-aggressive: Aggressive behavior manifested in passive ways such as obstructionism, pouting, procrastination, intentional inefficiency, and obstinacy. The aggression often arises from resentment at failing to find gratification in a relationship with an individual or institution upon which the individual is overdependent.
    Schizoid: Manifested by shyness, oversensitivity, social withdrawal, frequent daydreaming, avoidance of close or competitive relationships and eccentricity. Persons with this disorder often react to disturbing experiences with apparent detachment and are unable to express hostility and ordinary aggressive feelings.
    Schizotypal: The essential features are various oddities of thinking, perception, communication, and behavior not severe enough to meet the criteria for schizophrenia. No single feature is invariably present. The disturbance in thinking may be expressed as magical thinking, ideas of reference, or paranoid ideation. Perceptual disturbances may include recurrent illusions, depersonalization, or derealization. Often there are marked peculiarities in communication; concepts may be expressed unclearly or oddly, using words deviantly, but never to the point of loosening of associations or incoherence. Frequently, but not invariably, the behavioral manifestations include social isolation and constricted or inappropriate affect that interferes with rapport in face-to-face interactions. *Definitions from Psychiatric Glossary (American Psychiatric Association. 198+, pp. 103-105).

    WHY IS IT SO DIFFICULT TO FIND APPROPRIATE TREATMENT FOR YOUR LOVED ONE SUFFERlNG WlTH BPD
    RESEARCH & TREATMENT FUNDING: Psychiatric research and treatment fundingusually comes from the Federal Government through the National Institute of Mental Health (NiMH). Prevalency rates of disorders and the advocacy efforts on behalf of a specific disorder may be the major factors influencing decision making at NIMH as to who gets research, treatment or educational funding. Of course, if a member of the Senate or the House, especially a member on the committees that fund NIMH, has a particular interest in a disorder, you can be sure it will receive more attention This same system holds true at State and local levels
    WHY SO LITTLE RESEARCH IS DONE ON BPD
    Total NIMH Budget Fiscal Year 2001 — 1,031,353,000 Billion
    13.0% $135.2 Million spent on AIDS Research
    13.7% $140.0 Million spent on Depression Research
    1.0% $10 Million spent on Personality Disorder Research
    0.5% less than 5 million spent on BPD Research
    NATIONAL COMORBIDITY SURVEY (NGS-R) Prevalency rates are generally based on the 1990-1992 National Comorbiditv Survev of Dr Ronald Kessler. BPD was left out of this study. The attached ACTION ALERT explains this matter in detail However, we are pleased to report that, thanks to the efforts of TARA APD, BPD js to be included in the upcoming NCS-revision. The bad news is, it will take at least one more year before these study results are available. Without accurate prevalence rates, BPD wi!l -continue to be treated like a “step-child” in the field of mental illness.
    EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION: NIMH does not include BPD in any of its public information materials. This is despite repeated requests made personally at on-site visits, by letter and by phone calls by TARA APD and TARA APD’s offers of assistance in any project that will produce public information. The only educational brochure on BPD available from any mental health organization is the one put out by TARA APD. NIMH callers for information on BPD are referred to the TARA APD HELPLINE. Other major mental health organizations also do not acknowledge BPD. a NAMI does not include BPD in its advocacy efforts. Callers who want help with BPD are referred to TARA APD. NAMI claims BPD is not a Brain disorder This is despite the numerous scientific studies showing BPD as a biologically based mental illness that TARA APD has sent NAMI. NAMI has never acknowledged receiving these studies b The National Mental Health Association does not provide callers with information on BPD
    SURGEON GENERAL’S REPORT ON SUlCIDE: The Surgeon General has launched an ANTI-SUICIDE crusade that focuses on the Public Health implications of suicide, stressing suicide prevention. This program excludes consideration of BPD in its advocacy for suicide prevention despite the fact that the suicide rate for BPD is greater than the combined total of suicides from schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder. BPD suicides are usually impulsive in nature and are distinct enough to merit attention. Omission from this ANTI-SUICIDE effort flies in the face of the research findings regarding violent suicides Suicide is not just about depression.
    STIGMA: Doctors and the psychiatric community continuously trivialize BPD or deem these patients non-treatable, often refusing to treat them. A national educational campaign to raise awareness of the latest research findings on etioiogy, genetic studies, neurobiological findings and treatment options for BPD is desperately needed in order to reframe BPD as the severe, chronic and costly mental illness that it actually is. People with BPD can get better; outcome studies are available demonstrating how people with BPD improve with appropriate treatment. (Linehan). Appropriate and effective treatment is not available in most communities.
    PUBLIC AWARENESS: The public is by and large unaware of BPD. Scant media attention has been paid to this disorder. BPD does not as yet have a public figure as a spokesperson.
    ADVOCACY: Families of people with BPD receive little or no help in understanding BFD or in coping with their loved ones with this disorder. There are very few support groups available for family members or for people with BPD. In short, BPD is the most maligned, misunderstood and mistreated of all mental illnesses.
    CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS: Treatment, to date, for adolescents is almost non-existent. We know of only one program in the Bronx, NYC using DBT for suicidal adolescents with BPD. Outcome data is available for this program but it has yet to be replicated at any other site. A residence specifically for young people with BPD utilizing treatment that teaches coping skills such as DBT does not yet, to our knowledge, exist.
    COMORBID CONDITION
    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Research findings show that one out of three perpetrators of Domestic Violence meet criteria for BPD. We know of no treatment program that uses effective methods for treating BPD applied to perpetrators of Domestic Violence despite the billions of dollars budgeted for this major public health problem.
    SUBSTANCE ABUSE: Recent findings at Yale University indicate that approximately 65% of young adult substance abusers are comorbid with BPD. We know of no treatment program that specifically treats Substance Abusers suffering with BPD.
    IMPULSIVE AGGRESSION: Males with BPD who exhibit symptoms of BPD, particularly impulsive aggression, are generally incarcerated. This forensic population presents major problems to administrators who lack the trained staff to cope with the impulsive aggression characteristic of this prison population. Treatment that would decrease recidivism including skills training is generally not available.
    ROAD RAGE, STALKING, GAMBLING, ADDICTIONS: Studies indicate that large numbers of people in these populations meet criteria for BPD. Refer to Eric Hollander, MD (Gambling), J. Reid Meloi, PhD (Stalking) etc.
    IS THERE ANY WONDER WHY PEOPLE WITH BPD DON T GET BETTER? UP TO NOW, A NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOCUSED ON ADVOCACY FOR THE BPD POPULATION HAS NOT EXISTED. TARA APD IS THE FIRST AND ONLY NATIONAL NOT FOR PROFIT ORGANIZATION ACTIVELY WORKING TO CHANGE THE PROGNOSIS AND BRING HOPE TO PEOPLE SUFFERING WITH BPD & THEIR LOVED ONES.

  42. something isnt right here

    Dear Amraam,

    Contrary to what you may believe, Borderline Personality Disorder or BPD is categorized as a Mental Illness and many patients who have BPD are often prescribed anti-psychotics for the treatment of this disorder. Many people with personality disorder have an overlap of one or more of the different types, this is not uncommon. And remember this final point, there is no reason for anyone to have to suffer from stigma for having a mental illness, personality disorders can be effectively treated with therapy and prescription medications which can alleviate the symptoms and help the person to live a productive and fulfilling life.

    Here is some helpful information for you-

    http://www.nami.org/Template.cfm?Section=By_Illness&lstid=328

    About Mental Illness..
    By Illness
    At the heart of NAMI’s mission is the sharing of information with consumers (i.e., persons with mental illnesses), their families, friends, mental health professionals, and the general public. NAMI educates all people about severe and persistent mental illnesses to eliminate stigma and promote access to integrated systems of care, education, and rehabilitation. Research is constantly providing us with new information about the brain and the nature of mental illnesses and, consequently, more effective treatments. The information below comes from mental healthcare providers, advocates, and researchers.

    Borderline Personality Disorder
    Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is characterized by impulsivity and instability in mood, self-image, and personal relationships. It is fairly common and is diagnosed more often in females than males.
    What are the symptoms of BPD?
    Individuals with BPD have several of the following symptoms:
    • marked mood swings with periods of intense depression, irritability, and/or anxiety lasting a few hours to a few days;
    • inappropriate, intense, or uncontrolled anger;
    • impulsiveness in spending, sex, substance use, shoplifting, reckless driving, or binge eating;
    • recurring suicidal threats or self-injurious behavior;
    • unstable, intense personal relationships with extreme, black and white views of people and experiences, sometimes alternating between “all good” idealization and “all bad” devaluation;
    • marked, persistent uncertainty about self-image, long term goals, friendships, and values;
    • chronic boredom or feelings of emptiness; and
    • frantic efforts to avoid abandonment, either real or imagined.
    What causes BPD?
    The causes of BPD are unclear, although psychological and biological factors may be involved. Originally thought to “border on” schizophrenia, BPD also appears to be related to serious depressive illness. In some cases, neurological disorders play a role. Biological problems may cause mood instability and lack of impulse control, which in turn may contribute to troubled relationships. Difficulties in psychological development during childhood, perhaps associated with neglect, abuse, or inconsistent parenting, may create identity and personality problems. More research is needed to clarify the psychological and/or biological factors causing BPD. The field is also actively looking at genetic vulnerabilities.
    How is BPD treated?
    A combination of psychotherapy and medication appears to provide the best results for treatment of BPD. Medications can be useful in reducing anxiety, depression, and disruptive impulses. Relief of such symptoms may help the individual deal with harmful patterns of thinking and interacting that disrupt daily activities.
    Long-term outpatient psychotherapy and group therapy (if the individual is carefully matched to the group) can be helpful. Short-term hospitalization may be necessary during times of extreme stress, impulsive behavior, or substance abuse. More structured cognitive interventions like dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) are now widely used.
    Can other disorders co-occur with BPD?
    Yes. Determining whether other psychiatric disorders may be involved is critical. BPD may be accompanied by serious depressive illness (including bipolar disorder), eating disorders, and alcohol or drug abuse. About 50 percent of people with BPD experience episodes of serious depression. At these times, the “usual” depression becomes more intense and steady, and sleep and appetite disturbances may occur or worsen. These symptoms, and the other disorders mentioned above, may require specific treatment. A neurological evaluation may be necessary for some individuals.
    What medications are prescribed for BPD?
    Antidepressants, anticonvulsants, and the new atypical antipsychotics are common for BPD. Decisions about medication use should be made cooperatively between the individual and the therapist or psychiatrist. Issues to be considered include the person’s willingness to take the medication as prescribed, and the possible benefits, risks, and side effects of the medication, particularly the risk of overdose.
    http://www.tara4bpd.org/dyn/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=30

    Personality disorders are deeply ingrained, inflexible, maladaptive patterns of relating, perceiving, and thinking of sufficient severity to cause either impairment in functioning or distress. Personality disorders are generally recognizable by adolescence or earlier, continue throughout adulthood, and become less obvious in middle or old age. Some personality disorders cited in DSM III-R are:
    Antisocial: A lack of socialization along with behavior patterns that bring a person repeatedly into conflict with society; incapacity for significant loyalty to others or to social values; callousness; irresponsibility; impulsiveness; and inability to feel guilt or learn from experience or punishment. Frustration tolerance is low and such people tend to blame others or give plausible rationalizations for their behavior Characteristic behavior appears before age 15, although the diagnosis may not be apparent until adulthood.
    Borderline: Instability in a variety of areas, including interpersonal relationships, behavior, mood and self-image. Interpersonal relationships are often intense and unstable with marked shifts of attitude. Frequently there is impulsive and unpredictable behavior which is potentially physically self-damaging. Mood is often unstable with marked shifts from normal mood to dysphoric mood or with inappropriate intense anger or lack of control of anger. A profound identity disturbance may be manifested by uncertainty about self-image, gender identity, long-term goals or values. There may be chronic feelings of emptiness or boredom or brief episodes of psychosis..
    Compulsive: Restricted ability to express warm and tender emotions; preoccupation with rules, order, organization, efficiency, and detail; excessive devotion to work and productivity to the exclusion of pleasure; indecisiveness.
    Dependent: Inducing others to assume responsibility for major areas of one’s life; subordinating one’s own needs to those of others on whom one is dependent to avoid any possibility of independence; lack of self-confidence.
    Histrionic: Excitability, emotional instability, overreactivity, and attention- seeking and often seductive self-dramatization, whether or not the person is aware of its purpose. People with this disorder are immature, self-centered, vain, and unusually dependent. Sometimes referred to as hysterical personality.
    Narcissistic: Grandiose sense of self-importance or uniqueness; preoccupation with fantasies of limitless success; need for constant attention and admiration; and disturbances in interpersonal relationships such as lack of empathy, exploitativeness, and relationships that vacillate between the extremes of overidealization and devaluation.
    Paranoid: Pervasive and long-standing suspiciousness and mistrust of others; hypersensitivity and scanning of the environment for clues that selectively validate prejudices, attitudes, or biases. Stable psychotic features such as delusions and hallucinations are absent.
    Passive-aggressive: Aggressive behavior manifested in passive ways such as obstructionism, pouting, procrastination, intentional inefficiency, and obstinacy. The aggression often arises from resentment at failing to find gratification in a relationship with an individual or institution upon which the individual is overdependent.
    Schizoid: Manifested by shyness, oversensitivity, social withdrawal, frequent daydreaming, avoidance of close or competitive relationships and eccentricity. Persons with this disorder often react to disturbing experiences with apparent detachment and are unable to express hostility and ordinary aggressive feelings.
    Schizotypal: The essential features are various oddities of thinking, perception, communication, and behavior not severe enough to meet the criteria for schizophrenia. No single feature is invariably present. The disturbance in thinking may be expressed as magical thinking, ideas of reference, or paranoid ideation. Perceptual disturbances may include recurrent illusions, depersonalization, or derealization. Often there are marked peculiarities in communication; concepts may be expressed unclearly or oddly, using words deviantly, but never to the point of loosening of associations or incoherence. Frequently, but not invariably, the behavioral manifestations include social isolation and constricted or inappropriate affect that interferes with rapport in face-to-face interactions. *Definitions from Psychiatric Glossary (American Psychiatric Association. 198+, pp. 103-105).

    WHY IS IT SO DIFFICULT TO FIND APPROPRIATE TREATMENT FOR YOUR LOVED ONE SUFFERlNG WlTH BPD
    RESEARCH & TREATMENT FUNDING: Psychiatric research and treatment fundingusually comes from the Federal Government through the National Institute of Mental Health (NiMH). Prevalency rates of disorders and the advocacy efforts on behalf of a specific disorder may be the major factors influencing decision making at NIMH as to who gets research, treatment or educational funding. Of course, if a member of the Senate or the House, especially a member on the committees that fund NIMH, has a particular interest in a disorder, you can be sure it will receive more attention This same system holds true at State and local levels
    WHY SO LITTLE RESEARCH IS DONE ON BPD
    Total NIMH Budget Fiscal Year 2001 — 1,031,353,000 Billion
    13.0% $135.2 Million spent on AIDS Research
    13.7% $140.0 Million spent on Depression Research
    1.0% $10 Million spent on Personality Disorder Research
    0.5% less than 5 million spent on BPD Research
    NATIONAL COMORBIDITY SURVEY (NGS-R) Prevalency rates are generally based on the 1990-1992 National Comorbiditv Survev of Dr Ronald Kessler. BPD was left out of this study. The attached ACTION ALERT explains this matter in detail However, we are pleased to report that, thanks to the efforts of TARA APD, BPD js to be included in the upcoming NCS-revision. The bad news is, it will take at least one more year before these study results are available. Without accurate prevalence rates, BPD wi!l -continue to be treated like a “step-child” in the field of mental illness.
    EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION: NIMH does not include BPD in any of its public information materials. This is despite repeated requests made personally at on-site visits, by letter and by phone calls by TARA APD and TARA APD’s offers of assistance in any project that will produce public information. The only educational brochure on BPD available from any mental health organization is the one put out by TARA APD. NIMH callers for information on BPD are referred to the TARA APD HELPLINE. Other major mental health organizations also do not acknowledge BPD. a NAMI does not include BPD in its advocacy efforts. Callers who want help with BPD are referred to TARA APD. NAMI claims BPD is not a Brain disorder This is despite the numerous scientific studies showing BPD as a biologically based mental illness that TARA APD has sent NAMI. NAMI has never acknowledged receiving these studies b The National Mental Health Association does not provide callers with information on BPD
    SURGEON GENERAL’S REPORT ON SUlCIDE: The Surgeon General has launched an ANTI-SUICIDE crusade that focuses on the Public Health implications of suicide, stressing suicide prevention. This program excludes consideration of BPD in its advocacy for suicide prevention despite the fact that the suicide rate for BPD is greater than the combined total of suicides from schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder. BPD suicides are usually impulsive in nature and are distinct enough to merit attention. Omission from this ANTI-SUICIDE effort flies in the face of the research findings regarding violent suicides Suicide is not just about depression.
    STIGMA: Doctors and the psychiatric community continuously trivialize BPD or deem these patients non-treatable, often refusing to treat them. A national educational campaign to raise awareness of the latest research findings on etioiogy, genetic studies, neurobiological findings and treatment options for BPD is desperately needed in order to reframe BPD as the severe, chronic and costly mental illness that it actually is. People with BPD can get better; outcome studies are available demonstrating how people with BPD improve with appropriate treatment. (Linehan). Appropriate and effective treatment is not available in most communities.
    PUBLIC AWARENESS: The public is by and large unaware of BPD. Scant media attention has been paid to this disorder. BPD does not as yet have a public figure as a spokesperson.
    ADVOCACY: Families of people with BPD receive little or no help in understanding BFD or in coping with their loved ones with this disorder. There are very few support groups available for family members or for people with BPD. In short, BPD is the most maligned, misunderstood and mistreated of all mental illnesses.
    CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS: Treatment, to date, for adolescents is almost non-existent. We know of only one program in the Bronx, NYC using DBT for suicidal adolescents with BPD. Outcome data is available for this program but it has yet to be replicated at any other site. A residence specifically for young people with BPD utilizing treatment that teaches coping skills such as DBT does not yet, to our knowledge, exist.
    COMORBID CONDITION
    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Research findings show that one out of three perpetrators of Domestic Violence meet criteria for BPD. We know of no treatment program that uses effective methods for treating BPD applied to perpetrators of Domestic Violence despite the billions of dollars budgeted for this major public health problem.
    SUBSTANCE ABUSE: Recent findings at Yale University indicate that approximately 65% of young adult substance abusers are comorbid with BPD. We know of no treatment program that specifically treats Substance Abusers suffering with BPD.
    IMPULSIVE AGGRESSION: Males with BPD who exhibit symptoms of BPD, particularly impulsive aggression, are generally incarcerated. This forensic population presents major problems to administrators who lack the trained staff to cope with the impulsive aggression characteristic of this prison population. Treatment that would decrease recidivism including skills training is generally not available.
    ROAD RAGE, STALKING, GAMBLING, ADDICTIONS: Studies indicate that large numbers of people in these populations meet criteria for BPD. Refer to Eric Hollander, MD (Gambling), J. Reid Meloi, PhD (Stalking) etc.
    IS THERE ANY WONDER WHY PEOPLE WITH BPD DON T GET BETTER? UP TO NOW, A NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOCUSED ON ADVOCACY FOR THE BPD POPULATION HAS NOT EXISTED. TARA APD IS THE FIRST AND ONLY NATIONAL NOT FOR PROFIT ORGANIZATION ACTIVELY WORKING TO CHANGE THE PROGNOSIS AND BRING HOPE TO PEOPLE SUFFERING WITH BPD & THEIR LOVED ONES.

  43. something isnt right here

    I sincerely hope this information helps someone out there.

    NAMI

    http://www.nami.org/Content/NavigationMenu/Top_Story/Improved_BPD_Treatment.htm

    New Breakthrough in War Against Life-Threatening Mental Illness

    Borderline Personality Disorder is one of the most serious and fast-growing psychiatric disorders. Until recently, many mental health professionals considered BPD to be almost untreatable. Federal agencies, private organizations and scientists have begun to recognize the seriousness of this disorder and have intensified efforts to develop effective treatments. This has led to a significant increase in research studies on BPD in respected journals, large increases in research funding and a declaration of war on the disorder by Dr. John Oldham, former director of the New York State Psychiatric Institute and an expert on personality disorders. Schema Therapy, a new treatment for BPD developed by Dr. Jeffrey Young at Columbia University in the Department of Psychiatry, has led to a major breakthrough in the battle to find an effective treatment. According to a recent study in a leading psychiatric journal, a treatment for BPD has, for the first time, led to full recovery across the full range of symptoms in a high percentage of patients. In addition to major reductions in self-harming and suicidal behaviors, BPD patients receiving Schema Therapy are now being freed from depression, hopelessness, angry outbursts and fears of abandonment and rejection. Patients are also developing stable relationships, and making basic and far-reaching changes in personality.

    New York (PRWEB) November 12, 2006 — Borderline Personality Disorder is one of the most serious and fast-growing psychiatric disorders. More patients are now diagnosed with BPD than with Alzheimer’s disease, manic depression or schizophrenia. The costs of Borderline Personality Disorder to the patients who suffer from it, their families and to society at large are enormous. About 10 percent of patients with BPD succeed in committing suicide, while 80 percent mutilate themselves and make repeated suicide attempts. BPD patients now account for more than one in every five inpatient psychiatric admissions. Until recently, many mental health professionals considered BPD to be almost untreatable.

    Federal agencies, private organizations and scientists have begun to recognize the seriousness of this disorder and have intensified efforts to develop effective treatments. This has led to a significant increase in research studies on BPD in respected journals, large increases in research funding and a declaration of war on the disorder by Dr. John Oldham, former director of the New York State Psychiatric Institute and an expert on personality disorders.

    Schema Therapy, a new treatment for BPD developed by Dr. Jeffrey Young at Columbia University in the Department of Psychiatry, has led to a major breakthrough in the battle to find an effective treatment. According to a recent study in a leading psychiatric journal, a treatment for BPD has, for the first time, led to full recovery across the full range of symptoms in a high percentage of patients.

    In addition to major reductions in self-harming and suicidal behaviors, BPD patients receiving Schema Therapy are now being freed from depression, hopelessness, angry outbursts, and fears of abandonment and rejection. Patients are also developing stable relationships, and making basic and far-reaching changes in personality.

    The large-scale outcome study appeared in a recent issue of the Archives of General Psychiatry, published by the American Medical Association. According to the study, Schema Therapy was more than twice as effective in bringing about full recovery as a widely-practiced psychodynamic therapy. Schema Therapy was also found to have a much lower dropout rate.

    Borderline patients are typically impulsive, unstable, exquisitely sensitive to rejection, have regular outbursts of anger and live daily with extreme emotional pain. Identity problems, low stress tolerance, volatile relationships and fears of abandonment make the disorder difficult for patients and for those who live with them. Many either cannot work or do not function at levels that would be expected in light of their intellectual capacities.

    Over their lifetimes, 97 percent of BPD patients will seek psychotherapy from an average of six different therapists, and the rates of treatment failure are very high. Until now, psychotherapy has offered help for only some of the symptoms of BPD. The best available alternatives, such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, succeed in relieving many of the self-harming behavioral symptoms of the disorder, but do not reduce many of the other core symptoms, especially those related to deeper personality change.

    For further information about Schema Therapy, contact Jeffrey Young, Ph.D., at the Cognitive Therapy Center of New York: 212-221-0700 or e-mail; or George Lockwood, Ph.D., at the Schema Therapy Institute Midwest: 269-345-8100, or e-mail.

  44. something isnt right here

    I sincerely hope this information helps someone out there.

    NAMI

    http://www.nami.org/Content/NavigationMenu/Top_Story/Improved_BPD_Treatment.htm

    New Breakthrough in War Against Life-Threatening Mental Illness

    Borderline Personality Disorder is one of the most serious and fast-growing psychiatric disorders. Until recently, many mental health professionals considered BPD to be almost untreatable. Federal agencies, private organizations and scientists have begun to recognize the seriousness of this disorder and have intensified efforts to develop effective treatments. This has led to a significant increase in research studies on BPD in respected journals, large increases in research funding and a declaration of war on the disorder by Dr. John Oldham, former director of the New York State Psychiatric Institute and an expert on personality disorders. Schema Therapy, a new treatment for BPD developed by Dr. Jeffrey Young at Columbia University in the Department of Psychiatry, has led to a major breakthrough in the battle to find an effective treatment. According to a recent study in a leading psychiatric journal, a treatment for BPD has, for the first time, led to full recovery across the full range of symptoms in a high percentage of patients. In addition to major reductions in self-harming and suicidal behaviors, BPD patients receiving Schema Therapy are now being freed from depression, hopelessness, angry outbursts and fears of abandonment and rejection. Patients are also developing stable relationships, and making basic and far-reaching changes in personality.

    New York (PRWEB) November 12, 2006 — Borderline Personality Disorder is one of the most serious and fast-growing psychiatric disorders. More patients are now diagnosed with BPD than with Alzheimer’s disease, manic depression or schizophrenia. The costs of Borderline Personality Disorder to the patients who suffer from it, their families and to society at large are enormous. About 10 percent of patients with BPD succeed in committing suicide, while 80 percent mutilate themselves and make repeated suicide attempts. BPD patients now account for more than one in every five inpatient psychiatric admissions. Until recently, many mental health professionals considered BPD to be almost untreatable.

    Federal agencies, private organizations and scientists have begun to recognize the seriousness of this disorder and have intensified efforts to develop effective treatments. This has led to a significant increase in research studies on BPD in respected journals, large increases in research funding and a declaration of war on the disorder by Dr. John Oldham, former director of the New York State Psychiatric Institute and an expert on personality disorders.

    Schema Therapy, a new treatment for BPD developed by Dr. Jeffrey Young at Columbia University in the Department of Psychiatry, has led to a major breakthrough in the battle to find an effective treatment. According to a recent study in a leading psychiatric journal, a treatment for BPD has, for the first time, led to full recovery across the full range of symptoms in a high percentage of patients.

    In addition to major reductions in self-harming and suicidal behaviors, BPD patients receiving Schema Therapy are now being freed from depression, hopelessness, angry outbursts, and fears of abandonment and rejection. Patients are also developing stable relationships, and making basic and far-reaching changes in personality.

    The large-scale outcome study appeared in a recent issue of the Archives of General Psychiatry, published by the American Medical Association. According to the study, Schema Therapy was more than twice as effective in bringing about full recovery as a widely-practiced psychodynamic therapy. Schema Therapy was also found to have a much lower dropout rate.

    Borderline patients are typically impulsive, unstable, exquisitely sensitive to rejection, have regular outbursts of anger and live daily with extreme emotional pain. Identity problems, low stress tolerance, volatile relationships and fears of abandonment make the disorder difficult for patients and for those who live with them. Many either cannot work or do not function at levels that would be expected in light of their intellectual capacities.

    Over their lifetimes, 97 percent of BPD patients will seek psychotherapy from an average of six different therapists, and the rates of treatment failure are very high. Until now, psychotherapy has offered help for only some of the symptoms of BPD. The best available alternatives, such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, succeed in relieving many of the self-harming behavioral symptoms of the disorder, but do not reduce many of the other core symptoms, especially those related to deeper personality change.

    For further information about Schema Therapy, contact Jeffrey Young, Ph.D., at the Cognitive Therapy Center of New York: 212-221-0700 or e-mail; or George Lockwood, Ph.D., at the Schema Therapy Institute Midwest: 269-345-8100, or e-mail.

  45. something isnt right here
    To you who claims to know everything obviosly does not know the true facts here. And for the record, if you do not want anymore communication from me here than type your opinions somewhere else. As they say, “if you can’t take the heat than get out of the kitchen”. What I mean is I will type whatever I want to whom ever I want, you and anybody else and there is nothing you can do about it.
    P.S. You must be a Melinda sympathiser, your life must be as fulfilled as here. Remind me to keep my children away from you.

  46. something isnt right here
    To you who claims to know everything obviosly does not know the true facts here. And for the record, if you do not want anymore communication from me here than type your opinions somewhere else. As they say, “if you can’t take the heat than get out of the kitchen”. What I mean is I will type whatever I want to whom ever I want, you and anybody else and there is nothing you can do about it.
    P.S. You must be a Melinda sympathiser, your life must be as fulfilled as here. Remind me to keep my children away from you.

  47. Cease and desist!!!!!!!!! HAHAHAHAH I’m still cracking up – don’t you know this is the web!!!

  48. Cease and desist!!!!!!!!! HAHAHAHAH I’m still cracking up – don’t you know this is the web!!!

  49. P.S. *********Take me to court like Melinda’s so called family**************
    I’m still in stitches, your post was the funniest thing I have heard all day.

  50. P.S. *********Take me to court like Melinda’s so called family**************
    I’m still in stitches, your post was the funniest thing I have heard all day.

  51. A simple test of gun powder residue on her toe would indicate if she pulled the trigger or not.

    If you will note.. My comment was MAN HATERS (plural) As clearly many that are posting in defense of Melinda simply want to believe Josh is evil incarnate without a grain of reason for that. They are defending her not because she is worthy but because they themselves were subjected to bad relationships at young ages and in some weird way to admit Melinda was the wrong one would be to admit they were as well.
    BTW Melinda was diagnosed with a mental disorder.
    A mental disorder is not the same as mental illness.
    Notice that they call BPD a pchyc DISORDER.
    PS. Mental illnesses are not all catogorized as the same .. that was what I was referring to.
    Your little articles only backed up my reference.

    Josh has nothing in his history that indicates he is anything but what he appears.
    A young father who was involved with a messed up young women who took as many down with her as she could.

  52. A simple test of gun powder residue on her toe would indicate if she pulled the trigger or not.

    If you will note.. My comment was MAN HATERS (plural) As clearly many that are posting in defense of Melinda simply want to believe Josh is evil incarnate without a grain of reason for that. They are defending her not because she is worthy but because they themselves were subjected to bad relationships at young ages and in some weird way to admit Melinda was the wrong one would be to admit they were as well.
    BTW Melinda was diagnosed with a mental disorder.
    A mental disorder is not the same as mental illness.
    Notice that they call BPD a pchyc DISORDER.
    PS. Mental illnesses are not all catogorized as the same .. that was what I was referring to.
    Your little articles only backed up my reference.

    Josh has nothing in his history that indicates he is anything but what he appears.
    A young father who was involved with a messed up young women who took as many down with her as she could.

  53. Something isn’t right here, you do make some good points. “typically impulsive, unstable, exquisitely sensitive to rejection, have regular outbursts of anger and live daily with extreme emotional pain. Identity problems, low stress tolerance, volatile relationships and fears of abandonment” does sound like the descriptions that have been given of Melinda. Is that the disorder that she was diagnosed with?
    Sometimes it is difficult for non-professionals to understand the different diagnosis’s as the symptoms can be very similiar, and the differing degrees of the symptoms can be a large part of the diagnosis. So it is best not to diagnose via web discussions, though they are good for helping to understand a diagnosis that has been made by a professional.

    A couple of points though- not all serial killers are mentally ill. For your research you might want to check out this link:
    http://faculty.ncwc.edu/toconnor/428/428lect16.htm

    and this one:
    http://www.hss.caltech.edu/~mcafee/Bin/sb.html

    Sociopaths are not considered truly mentally ill- they don’t have thought disorders, they know when they are doing wrong- they just don’t care or don’t think that the laws should apply to them. So while treatment is often attempted by mental health professionals, it isn’t usually considered a mental illness.
    Also, while children of mentally ill persons may have a slightly increased predisposition to mental illness, it isn’t considered to be significant enough to be called genetic, except in a couple of very specific diagnosises.

  54. Something isn’t right here, you do make some good points. “typically impulsive, unstable, exquisitely sensitive to rejection, have regular outbursts of anger and live daily with extreme emotional pain. Identity problems, low stress tolerance, volatile relationships and fears of abandonment” does sound like the descriptions that have been given of Melinda. Is that the disorder that she was diagnosed with?
    Sometimes it is difficult for non-professionals to understand the different diagnosis’s as the symptoms can be very similiar, and the differing degrees of the symptoms can be a large part of the diagnosis. So it is best not to diagnose via web discussions, though they are good for helping to understand a diagnosis that has been made by a professional.

    A couple of points though- not all serial killers are mentally ill. For your research you might want to check out this link:
    http://faculty.ncwc.edu/toconnor/428/428lect16.htm

    and this one:
    http://www.hss.caltech.edu/~mcafee/Bin/sb.html

    Sociopaths are not considered truly mentally ill- they don’t have thought disorders, they know when they are doing wrong- they just don’t care or don’t think that the laws should apply to them. So while treatment is often attempted by mental health professionals, it isn’t usually considered a mental illness.
    Also, while children of mentally ill persons may have a slightly increased predisposition to mental illness, it isn’t considered to be significant enough to be called genetic, except in a couple of very specific diagnosises.

  55. something isnt right here

    First of all I never claimed I know everything like you said “To you who claims to know everything” and secondly, I lost interest in what you have to say in this forum when you said “How totally stupid” to my first post here.

    I’ve decided to take this discussion to my blog instead of wasting my time typing about it here.

    Enjoy your online arguement forum LOL

  56. something isnt right here

    First of all I never claimed I know everything like you said “To you who claims to know everything” and secondly, I lost interest in what you have to say in this forum when you said “How totally stupid” to my first post here.

    I’ve decided to take this discussion to my blog instead of wasting my time typing about it here.

    Enjoy your online arguement forum LOL

  57. Good riddens to “something isnt right here”. Seems to me that you want Melinda on a pedistal. Further more, I still think it is “totally stupid” to think that just because a parent in is prison makes their children the same way. A person makes their own decisions in life. A person whi does not is a weak person. Take my word for it, I know!!!!!!!!!

  58. Good riddens to “something isnt right here”. Seems to me that you want Melinda on a pedistal. Further more, I still think it is “totally stupid” to think that just because a parent in is prison makes their children the same way. A person makes their own decisions in life. A person whi does not is a weak person. Take my word for it, I know!!!!!!!!!

  59. about the daddy in prison thing.My dad died in prison for murder of his sixth wife.he married no.seven in prison.as for kids,there was seven of us,but my sister was stomped out of my mothers body at nine mths.causing her untimely death.later in the years after our escape as he constantly brutilised my mother,he decided ,when i turned fifteen that it would be best to kill me ,cause (all women were whores) and he didnt want my virtue spoiled.we were tiped off he was comming for me so i was taken to my oldest brothers house.in an attemt to keep us safe my brother put one bullet in his 22 ,as the call came that his detective tracked me down.i was at the nearby store when the call came.it was in walking distance.my sis-in law tryed to call the store but i was already almost back home,when all of a sudden i seen the car approching with two men,one hanging out the window with a riffle.he shot at me and missed.i dodged through the woods and got in the house.as they came back by my brother stood by the road with the one bullet gun but they sped away.a call came in later that he did not want to chance hurting my brother.a week went by and the gun was left on the night table and the bullet was forgotten.well my third born brother and his fiance came by to see us to say they were going to elope.my older brother was at work,so it was me ,my sisterinlaw(on her birthday),and my brother and his girlfriend.He was a very happy ,fun loving friend to all.His major down fall was picking about just everything.at the time my sisinlaw had just gave bith a few moths before.baby was asleep in the crib.my fun loving brother loved this baby so much.On that day he talked of his plans that they were going to have such a great life together and have a ranch house full of kids.anyway,he had went in to see the baby,and as he was comming back through the master bedroom he spotted the gun.well he knew my brother never kept a loaded gun and he had been out of town and we had all agreed not to tell him what had happened.it was done.only ,in his picking nature he picked up the gun and walked back in to where we were.he had his hand behind his back and the other hand reached for some nutterbutter cookies he had brought to share.he was grining and eatin that cookie and he said little sister,why you so glum?(i had been depressed for awhile).you know that aint healthy.he also new i had said a time before i was gonna kill myself(another story).he said now about all that stupid talk about killin yourself,upsettin all of us who love ya,why would you say somethin like that,i been curious to know.i muttered ,cause i just want to die sometime,i aint tellin you why.i had said this in a joking manner as he was in a joking manner.he took a bite of another cookie and said in a sligh grin ,well if thats what ya want,and he pulled his hand around and pointed the gun.I screamed ,no please put it down ,its loaded.He said sister,big brother dont keep loaded guns,see and he fired the gun. well it didnt go off,so i thought maybe my brother did remember,he laughed at me so hard AND SAID SEE,YOU DONT WANT TO DIE,SO DONT EVER SAY IT AGAIN.IT HURTS PEOPLE AND IT MAKES US THING YOU DONE GONE NUTS.his girlfriend said johnny,that was not funny.He still joking said ill shoot you.(laughing and picking),he then pointed in her direction and fired again and again it clicked.she jumped up and said stop that you nut,that thing looks scary,even without bullets .they stood there and shared a cookie from each others lips,with I love yous and todays the day we start our new life.its gonna be so great.my sisin law said ,some birthday present scarin the crap out of me.by the way where is my present ?he knew she was big on gettin gifts so he had left it in the car on purpose.he then said ,okay ill shoot u then since its your birthday,and he fired again and the gun clicked again.she said put that thing up and give me my present so we can cut my cake.he laughed and swiped his finger through the icing on the side picking and said now i get the good luck from the candles.she said durnit johnny,u messed up my cake. he said awe,i sorry.guess ill have to do myself in now and he put the gun to his head ,picked up another cookie,and in that moment iwas looking in his laughing eyes and a fear struck me and i screamed johnny noooooo,please put it away please you scaring me.he took his hand doown for a moment and said sister,look ,its not loaded,and fired again to the ceiling and it clicked.he said i gotta teach you to lighten up girl or you end up dying of a heartattack or something.comeon smile,you better smile,okay since you dont want to smile here goes,and he put the gun back to his head ,i got up and was going to hit him for scaring me so bad and he was just laughing at me and he took a bite of the cookie and fired.the bullet was in the gun.as it fired everything went in slow motion and he fell up against the wall and i seen the shock in his eyes and atear rolled down his face and he dropped to the floor.his girlfriend was shacking him,saying johnny get up ,you really scarin me.i knelt to the floor and picked up the gun and threw it out the door,thinking if i could just get rid of it everything would be okay.my sisterinlaw screaming,running in to the room to hold her baby.i felt his nose and could feel air.i ran to a neighbors house to get help.but they locked the door.in my mind her husband who was a doctor could help,but he was not there ,only his wife.another lady,a friend on the other side ran out and i was screaming for help,she went in and called 911.my brother lived on life support long enough for them to save someone else as even the life support could not bring his brain back.when the recipient of organs arrived at the hospital the machine was cut off and his heart beat no more.This was only one of the major horrors me and my family would suffer.and through it all my mother worked in a cotton mill double shifts to raise us kids.she took us to church every sunday and even after all the bad stuff my dad had done to her and his actions that lead to the death of my brother,stomping her spleen in two,stomping her stomach so hard killing the baby in front of us kids,after messing her legs up so bad stomping them ,having to get all her veins stripped out getting over two hundred scars in her legs,she taught us that we were always to remember that we were better than that.did all the tragedys affect me,yes,but I have expereinced everything almost except death,i was in a coma from a car accident,but i learned,as my mother talked me through every tragedy,that All my tragedys could maybe help others.why did i write this,to show people who are in situations such as mine,that you dont have to be a victim,you have to give it to God and He will guide you as you go.yea,my daddy committed murder,but that dont give me the right to do the same.see,MY MOTHER TAUGHT US RIGHT FROM WRONG AND EXPLAINED THE CONSEQUENCES OF CHOOSING WHAT YOU KNOW IN YOUR HEART THAT IS RIGHT OR WRONG.I now live in the house next door to her.she is 76 yrs.old and still taking care of the babies ,her greatgrandchildren.Peace.NOVA oh yeeah,about the gun,ballistics said it would remain a mystery why the gun misfired

  60. about the daddy in prison thing.My dad died in prison for murder of his sixth wife.he married no.seven in prison.as for kids,there was seven of us,but my sister was stomped out of my mothers body at nine mths.causing her untimely death.later in the years after our escape as he constantly brutilised my mother,he decided ,when i turned fifteen that it would be best to kill me ,cause (all women were whores) and he didnt want my virtue spoiled.we were tiped off he was comming for me so i was taken to my oldest brothers house.in an attemt to keep us safe my brother put one bullet in his 22 ,as the call came that his detective tracked me down.i was at the nearby store when the call came.it was in walking distance.my sis-in law tryed to call the store but i was already almost back home,when all of a sudden i seen the car approching with two men,one hanging out the window with a riffle.he shot at me and missed.i dodged through the woods and got in the house.as they came back by my brother stood by the road with the one bullet gun but they sped away.a call came in later that he did not want to chance hurting my brother.a week went by and the gun was left on the night table and the bullet was forgotten.well my third born brother and his fiance came by to see us to say they were going to elope.my older brother was at work,so it was me ,my sisterinlaw(on her birthday),and my brother and his girlfriend.He was a very happy ,fun loving friend to all.His major down fall was picking about just everything.at the time my sisinlaw had just gave bith a few moths before.baby was asleep in the crib.my fun loving brother loved this baby so much.On that day he talked of his plans that they were going to have such a great life together and have a ranch house full of kids.anyway,he had went in to see the baby,and as he was comming back through the master bedroom he spotted the gun.well he knew my brother never kept a loaded gun and he had been out of town and we had all agreed not to tell him what had happened.it was done.only ,in his picking nature he picked up the gun and walked back in to where we were.he had his hand behind his back and the other hand reached for some nutterbutter cookies he had brought to share.he was grining and eatin that cookie and he said little sister,why you so glum?(i had been depressed for awhile).you know that aint healthy.he also new i had said a time before i was gonna kill myself(another story).he said now about all that stupid talk about killin yourself,upsettin all of us who love ya,why would you say somethin like that,i been curious to know.i muttered ,cause i just want to die sometime,i aint tellin you why.i had said this in a joking manner as he was in a joking manner.he took a bite of another cookie and said in a sligh grin ,well if thats what ya want,and he pulled his hand around and pointed the gun.I screamed ,no please put it down ,its loaded.He said sister,big brother dont keep loaded guns,see and he fired the gun. well it didnt go off,so i thought maybe my brother did remember,he laughed at me so hard AND SAID SEE,YOU DONT WANT TO DIE,SO DONT EVER SAY IT AGAIN.IT HURTS PEOPLE AND IT MAKES US THING YOU DONE GONE NUTS.his girlfriend said johnny,that was not funny.He still joking said ill shoot you.(laughing and picking),he then pointed in her direction and fired again and again it clicked.she jumped up and said stop that you nut,that thing looks scary,even without bullets .they stood there and shared a cookie from each others lips,with I love yous and todays the day we start our new life.its gonna be so great.my sisin law said ,some birthday present scarin the crap out of me.by the way where is my present ?he knew she was big on gettin gifts so he had left it in the car on purpose.he then said ,okay ill shoot u then since its your birthday,and he fired again and the gun clicked again.she said put that thing up and give me my present so we can cut my cake.he laughed and swiped his finger through the icing on the side picking and said now i get the good luck from the candles.she said durnit johnny,u messed up my cake. he said awe,i sorry.guess ill have to do myself in now and he put the gun to his head ,picked up another cookie,and in that moment iwas looking in his laughing eyes and a fear struck me and i screamed johnny noooooo,please put it away please you scaring me.he took his hand doown for a moment and said sister,look ,its not loaded,and fired again to the ceiling and it clicked.he said i gotta teach you to lighten up girl or you end up dying of a heartattack or something.comeon smile,you better smile,okay since you dont want to smile here goes,and he put the gun back to his head ,i got up and was going to hit him for scaring me so bad and he was just laughing at me and he took a bite of the cookie and fired.the bullet was in the gun.as it fired everything went in slow motion and he fell up against the wall and i seen the shock in his eyes and atear rolled down his face and he dropped to the floor.his girlfriend was shacking him,saying johnny get up ,you really scarin me.i knelt to the floor and picked up the gun and threw it out the door,thinking if i could just get rid of it everything would be okay.my sisterinlaw screaming,running in to the room to hold her baby.i felt his nose and could feel air.i ran to a neighbors house to get help.but they locked the door.in my mind her husband who was a doctor could help,but he was not there ,only his wife.another lady,a friend on the other side ran out and i was screaming for help,she went in and called 911.my brother lived on life support long enough for them to save someone else as even the life support could not bring his brain back.when the recipient of organs arrived at the hospital the machine was cut off and his heart beat no more.This was only one of the major horrors me and my family would suffer.and through it all my mother worked in a cotton mill double shifts to raise us kids.she took us to church every sunday and even after all the bad stuff my dad had done to her and his actions that lead to the death of my brother,stomping her spleen in two,stomping her stomach so hard killing the baby in front of us kids,after messing her legs up so bad stomping them ,having to get all her veins stripped out getting over two hundred scars in her legs,she taught us that we were always to remember that we were better than that.did all the tragedys affect me,yes,but I have expereinced everything almost except death,i was in a coma from a car accident,but i learned,as my mother talked me through every tragedy,that All my tragedys could maybe help others.why did i write this,to show people who are in situations such as mine,that you dont have to be a victim,you have to give it to God and He will guide you as you go.yea,my daddy committed murder,but that dont give me the right to do the same.see,MY MOTHER TAUGHT US RIGHT FROM WRONG AND EXPLAINED THE CONSEQUENCES OF CHOOSING WHAT YOU KNOW IN YOUR HEART THAT IS RIGHT OR WRONG.I now live in the house next door to her.she is 76 yrs.old and still taking care of the babies ,her greatgrandchildren.Peace.NOVA oh yeeah,about the gun,ballistics said it would remain a mystery why the gun misfired

  61. I don’t understand. Why is so much energy being wasted here on who did or did not do it? The fact is Trenton still hasn’t been found. Every hour, every minute, every second his odds seem less likely. It’s so scary and sad.

    I’ve followed all of this very well but somehow I’ve missed a few things. Has anyone questioned as to why she put her son to bed right before 7pm? That seems awfully early. What time did this child get up in the morning? And why doesn’t she know if he had a shirt on or not when she put him to bed? And could her parents have him? Have they been investigated constantly?

  62. I don’t understand. Why is so much energy being wasted here on who did or did not do it? The fact is Trenton still hasn’t been found. Every hour, every minute, every second his odds seem less likely. It’s so scary and sad.

    I’ve followed all of this very well but somehow I’ve missed a few things. Has anyone questioned as to why she put her son to bed right before 7pm? That seems awfully early. What time did this child get up in the morning? And why doesn’t she know if he had a shirt on or not when she put him to bed? And could her parents have him? Have they been investigated constantly?

  63. http://www.myspace.com/duckett64

    This is the web site that is for his son, he has several website that are dedicated to his son. So please get your facts straight before saying the man is a babd parent because on his main myspace that he have for along time doesn’t mention his son, while he has over 15 websites dedicated to his son.

  64. http://www.myspace.com/duckett64

    This is the web site that is for his son, he has several website that are dedicated to his son. So please get your facts straight before saying the man is a babd parent because on his main myspace that he have for along time doesn’t mention his son, while he has over 15 websites dedicated to his son.

  65. this is so sad and brings up many memories, I was a freind of Jennifers. Then she was kidnapped and murdered by mr duckett. Now I know what her killer looks like.I can only imange what she went through that night. Jennifer is gone but not forgotten..

  66. this is so sad and brings up many memories, I was a freind of Jennifers. Then she was kidnapped and murdered by mr duckett. Now I know what her killer looks like.I can only imange what she went through that night. Jennifer is gone but not forgotten..

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