Monthly Archives: March 2014

MANAGING BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER

MANAGING BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER.

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MANAGING BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER

When I first learned of my diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), I didn’t really have much knowledge about what the illness was. So like most people, I turned to the internet and searched for information. What I found initially, … Continue reading

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PINBALL WIZARD

Mental illness is a lot like a game of pinball. People my age will probably know what I’m talking about because who can forget stuffing quarters into the latest pinball machine at your local arcade? How is it like mental … Continue reading

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Emotional Neglect

Childhood Emotional Neglect happens when a parent fails to notice or respond enough to a child’s emotional needs. –  The Invisible Power of Childhood Emotional Neglect Emotional neglect can lead to feelings of emptiness and disconnection Published on August 22, … Continue reading

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Time to Stop Owning Other’s Stuff

I believe that I am responsible for what other’s are feeling.  Like it’s all up to me that they feel happiness and joy and if they are feeling anger or sadness, then that’s my fault as well.  And quite frankly, … Continue reading

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ADDICTED TO SADNESS?

“You Can Get Addicted to a Certain Kind of Sadness” – Gotye  I believe this to be true to a degree.  Am I addicted to my sadness? My depression? I struggle with an addictive personality, so wouldn’t it make sense … Continue reading

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10 Things I Learned From Mental Illness

10 Things I Learned From Mental Illness.

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