Are they days getting better since my major breakdown, (which didn’t end good at all) or am I just pushing it to the back of my head so I can just try to forget about it. That night was not good at all. I have never known myself to be this violent since my drug … Continue reading breakdown
Today was a great day for me and my husband, hopefully he gets this higher paying job, should know by tomorrow or so hopefully. I start school back up tomorrow also, so I'm super excited about that but already stressed about that. Anybody got some stress tips. Ugh so ready for this next step in … Continue reading Coming live from my phone
Tired of crying, tired of not feeling like I can do anything right, I guess it’s just one of those nights. I hate this feeling and I hate that I will always feel like this. I will always have BPD, I will always have something wrong with me. I hate it! I just want to … Continue reading Not having a great night!
I have wanted to know since I was 13 years old what was wrong with me, I have always seemed to be really attached to my emotions. I started going to therapy when I was 14 years old, I was diagnosed with anorexia, bi-polar, and manic depression. It scared me to be on medication so … Continue reading My story
Borderline and Bipolar get misdiagnosed all the time, from 13 to 18 I was told I had bipolar and when I turned 18 I was diagnosed with borderline. The reason I was diagnosed with bipolar is because you can’t diagnose somebody till they are 18 years old, I have learned a lot about myself since … Continue reading Bi-polar vs Borderline The Difference
Today I went and seen my therapist and she gave me a challenge, name things I like about myself. Well that don’t come easy for me so I have to think about the things I like about myself, but the only things I can think of are the things I have that I like. So, … Continue reading Positive thinking
I wrote a blog about research on BPD and I added something about DBT, so I did some research on DBT for everybody. Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy. Cognitive behavioral therapy tries to identify and change negative thinking patterns and pushes for positive behavioral changes. DBT may be used to treat … Continue reading DBT