He's been there for me through all the s*** with my ex and I'll always be there for him.'I love you baby so very much, more than anyone can imagine and I'm not getting away from him.'I am with David so deal with it.If you don't like it, tough f****** bu*gers cause I ain't leaving my man just cause you don't like him or his past.'David I love you ma boy forever xxxxxxxxxx.' She faced criticism after boasting about her relationship on social media and uploading pictures of her with Craigie.“The rule is so named because of its association with an incident that took place during the 1964 presidential election,” the APA states.“During that election, magazine published a survey in which they queried some 12,356 psychiatrists on whether candidate Senator Barry Goldwater, the GOP nominee, was psychologically fit to be president.
She wrote on Facebook: 'To all my friends, thank you for not leaving me and supporting me through all the s*** I'm getting about my fiance. I can't wait to marry David.'I can't wait to move in with him.
Her friends believe Craigie, who uses different aliases including Darren, Kinloch and Hutchieson, is taking advantage of her vulnerable state.
One friend told the newspaper: 'She is a very vulnerable adult.
When the only time we talk about schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or depression is when someone massacres their family or launches a vicious verbal attack on a stranger, then it’s very easy to see how stigma builds around psychiatric conditions which many reasonable, sensible, compassionate people live with their entire lives.
It’s easy to see how we then read “I have depression” as “I could go off the rails any minute”, or “I’ve been diagnosed with bipolar disorder” with “I’m an obnoxious person who you don’t want to work in your office.