Mission creep.

My posts lately have reflected too much focus on my immediate circumstances. I love Eliza Dushku and want to save her show.

It is too easy for me, with the pressing realities that I will soon perhaps need another place to stay, or in dealing with immediate concerns to over post about other things.

I want to be clear: I only want to save Dollhouse. I love Eliza.


Please sign the TNT petition online.


Please take the time to send TNT EMAILS.

Please help out.

7 Responses to “Mission creep.”

  1. You say you want to save the show, but you really do not express what the merits of the show are on your blog. I see a lot about what your life is like, but zip about the show. Even your scripts seem to depart from the core writing style of the show. Could it be that you really want to save the show because your sexual fantasies about the star of the show are so intense that they have blinded you to reality? Do you think this woman reads your blog? Do you think she will marry you if you save her show? It seems to me its all just a really intense desire to save yourself. Certainly if this woman marries you, you stand to benefit disproportionately. You should get help, dude. There is no shame in that. Love can destroy a person if you don’t talk about it in a substantial way with others. God bless you.

  2. What is the deal with the picture at the top of your blog? This is a picture of Echo holding a gun. Do you understand the difference between the character of the show and the person Miss Dushku? Do you know her? Have you met her parents? Do you know her siblings? Have you met her boyfriend? Might I suggest that you have fallen in love with an imaginary person in your mind. God bless you. Please get help.

  3. I don’t want to upset you, but please consider: how can you possibly fall in love with someone who you don’t know. All you know about Miss. Dushku is what you read about her in the press; what you see of her in video clips; and the characters she portrays on tv. You cannot get to know a person through these limited mediums. You have to talk to a person and interact with the person for an extended period of time in order to get to know the person What you are experiencing is a fantasy. Your behavior is self destructive. I only write this to help you help yourself. Please get help.

  4. If you agree with his diagnosis, you surely agree with his treatment plan?

  5. Tore, I say this as someone who thinks you should open your mind.

    Erotomania is a type of delusion in which the affected person believes that another person, usually a stranger will fall in love with him or her if special conditions are met.

    obsessive love, also known as love addiction or relationship addiction consists of at least three out of four primary symptoms, namely, a painful and all-consuming preoccupation with a real or wished-for lover, an insatiable longing either to possess or be possessed by the target of their obsession, rejection by or physical and/or emotional unavailability of their target, and being driven to behave in self-defeating ways by this rejection or unavailability.

  6. If you agree with Dr. Grace’s diagnosis, you should consider his treatment plan. God Bless.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: