4 thoughts on “Fight Stigma: Facts about Borderline Personality Disorder

  • May 14, 2015 at 1:46 pm

    I have healed all my mental health issues and have been declared sane by my psychiatrist. I first addressed my Borderline Personality disorder with Bipolor Disorder. Then I addressed the PTSD and Paranoid Schizophrenia. I discovered that mental illness is a way to run away from reality. I chose to live and not die. Over the years, I stopped all prescriptions, alchohol and other toxic substances as they mask and stop emotional growth. I found healthy behaviors to replace my dysfunctional thinking, behavior, and communication.
    In addition, I found the root causes of my traumas and have reframed my life. This resovled the symptoms. With meditation and hypnosis, I healed my victim mindset into good self-esteem, being a worthy person, and knowing that nothing is wrong with me. I do not fear, or recreate my past traumas. Recently, I became fearless and empowered. I live in the “Now” where all my needs are met and I am safe, secure, and loved.
    If I can become healthy from incest, molestation, and rape raised in domestic violence, with an ancoholic father, paranoid schoizophrenic mother, and a sex addicted, rageholice stepfather anyone can. My thirty-year domestic violenct marriage to a psychopath, alcoholic, sex addict, and rageaholic was a replay of my family of origin. Today, I am in a fourteen-year relationship of unconditional love. In releasing past emotional wounds, it leaves spacefor ;Real” love to fill the inner void and that love heals our life. When we love ourselves the physical and the mental fall into place.
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  • May 15, 2015 at 4:00 pm

    I know a woman with this issue. You can be a friend to her but not with her. She is victimized a lot.
    I have a brother who has the perfect storm of a life from birth on. He is borderline and feels entitled to his rage. I’m afraid of him.

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    • July 31, 2015 at 11:54 am

      Two years ago it became blindingly apparent my closest friend of twenty years had had this ever since I’d known him. He believed he was bipolar, but I knew his rapid mood swings were more than that. He checks off every single box. He is a lovely guy but can be intensely scary, particularly when drinking. He’s 7000 miles away for many years, but I dread him visiting again, even though I love him. I can’t do anything about his drinking and he refuses to stop. Impasse.

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      • July 31, 2015 at 12:05 pm

        So very sorry.Too often individuals with this disorder use substances or other means to numb the pain. In doing so they damage or lose relationships and that is painful for all.

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