A great example of an ambivalent person is someone who has a borderline personality disorder. Just like the character in my publication “Psych Ward Chronicles.” The woman has issues. She likes someone one day, am dislikes them the next. There are those that she looks to as enemies. Disliking someone is one thing; looking at someone as an enemy is another. Intense abandonment issues; well who can blame a person to abandon someone with a borderline personality. They will make your life a living hell.
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I’d say ambivalence is not caring about something/someone one way or another – pretty much like me most of the time.
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so much Russians living in NYC I sometimes I forget that the US & America are enemies..
I worked with a US firm a few years ago who were based in Atlanta, Georgia – they had loads of Russians working for them. I used to love their accent – one of my favourites. I imagined they were all sexy and good-looking… but then I saw a few of their photos LOL!