BPD and Jealousy

One of the most prominent but also one of the most unhealthy aspects of BPD is our jealousy. BPD jealousy does not have any ulterior malintent motive, but rather more a jealousy of hurt and being scared. Having BPD means in our past we most likely experienced an event that caused us immense pain, guilt,Continue reading “BPD and Jealousy”

BPD and the stigma

“Unstable” “Crazy” “immature” BPD is among one of the most stigmatized, serious, stereotyped mental illnesses. Unfortunately it is also one that is not understood well and is not believed to exist by many. There is not much help someone can get for BPD, and forget trying to get disability with BPD alone. The stereotype ofContinue reading “BPD and the stigma”

Finding Help

Finding help is the hardest and most difficult step for anything. Admitting that you need assistance and that you need help controlling your life. It makes you feel weak, vulnerable and less of a human. Whether it is sports, school, and yes mental health. I was one of these people who knew they had depressionContinue reading “Finding Help”

Rage Monster anger

SOOOOO… I have horrendous anger issues. I thought it was just me angry and everyone gets anger but I just got angry more often. Since my diagnoses I’ve come to realize it is because of BPD. This is the part of me and the part of BPD that I have the most trouble controlling. IContinue reading “Rage Monster anger”

Emotions and how they work into my BPD experience

Why is it that I feel so strongly? Its awful. Before this, I was a emotion repressing demon. I felt things of course, but I dug them deep deep down into the dark caves of my mind. I never acknowledged them. I was one of those depression is stupid I can overcome this alone withoutContinue reading “Emotions and how they work into my BPD experience”