About

Scenic003I have just turned 29 and I have recently been diagnosed with BPD.  I am writing this to help me identify the changes I have made and keep  highlighting the positives.  If others can find some use in it – that makes it even more worthwhile.

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8 responses to “About

  1. Hi there! Thanks for following me! I noticed you’re following my academic profile; if you were interested in my blog on mental health in academia, please visit mentalfaculties.wordpress.com

    I’m enjoying your blog and look forward to exploring more of your posts.

    • Thanks for pointing me in the direction of your other blog – I have just followed it too :). Thanks for reading my blog I am just stating out so at the moment I am just writing my thoughts as I get to understand BPD. I am so glad you are enjoying it it really does mean so much to me.

  2. Hi,I stumbled across your blog,and I am so glad I did. I also have BPD, and you speak my language! Please keep writing. I find it really helpful to identify with somebody who gets what I’m thinking. Thank you 🙂

    • Thank you for such lovely feedback. I started this blog a little while ago to help me process the impact of BPD on my life. It was a way for me to be able to explain to my husband what I was going through and if it helps others the better it is.

      • I think you’re doing a great job. I find that with so many thoughts jumbling around in my head , it is difficult to write! It is very therapeutic,I just haven’t got there yet. So kudos to you:) Does reading your blog help your husband understand the inner turmoil that you feel? Kiri

      • I think in someway it does help him. I must admit I have major trust issues and the emotional chaos is difficult for other people to understand. I find the writing it down means that I can control those emotions more. Even though I have these trust issues he is the one that is always there for me, supporting me and is the one I feel most comfortable to see the “crazy”. Sometimes he does not understand – but nor do I. So I shall keep going thorough the good and the bad days. Stay strong we can get through this.

  3. I am in a similar situation – I’m 28 and was just diagnosed with BPD and am going through DBT. I started a blog last week in an attempt to document my progress and shed light on BPD and bring about some awareness. If you are bored, feel free to stop by and read some of my ramblings. I’ll definitely be catching up on your site!

    breakingfreebecomingme.wordpress.com

    – Heather

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