5 Candid Confessions About Borderline Personality Disorder
I won’t boil your bunny, but I will text you 13 times to ask if you’re mad at me for no good reason at all.
Note: I refer to sufferers of BPD as “borderlines” in this article. Though this isn’t the ideal terminology, it’s a form of shorthand that I believe makes the piece more readable.
I also talk about borderlines using feminine pronouns for the sake of consistency and because they are self-referential. It shoul
I may be still a borderline but I am becoming a better borderline. Redicovery. Recovery. Recover. No more bastard raging angry psychosis that did so much damage to myself and others. Watch this space mother flippers! 😉 #bpdrecovery #bpdpsychosis #bpdfun #bpdhealing
Before you make judgements, educate yourself. 1/9
What's borderline personality disorder? That question has been on a lot of people's minds ever since Miami Dolphins star Brandon Marshall announced that he had the disorder.
"I'll be the face of BPD," Marshall told the Florida Sun Sentinel. "I'll make myself vulnerable if it saves someone's life because I know what I went through this summer helped save mine."
And it's a good thing too because there are so many misconcepti
The Family Dynamics of Patients With Borderline Personality Why do some people create havoc in their relationships?
The role of the Spoiler
In my last post, I discussed how children act out certain roles in their family of origin in order to try to emotionally stabilize parents who are emotional unstable. Doing so also has the effect of maintaining dysfunctional relationship patterns so that the family operates in predictable ways (family homeostasis).
In today's post,
I have literally thousands of images to work through yet and upload but slowly and surely images are being uploaded. Link in the menu or here: Click me. Go on. Click me. #ruffrootcreative #boscombeart #bpdboscombe #bpdarttherapy #markcummins #bpdrecovery
You may not ever understand, and you may not ever care to try to understand, what we go through. Many don't. Once we fuck up, we remain labelled with it forever. Unfairly, for those of us who want or have changed and try to heal. Again, in fact, you may not ever want to understand. You may label us as "needy," or "crazy," or "fucked up in the head" permanently, end of. You may reject us, and you may avoid us like some dangerous evil plague. You may think we're just looking fo