Hello, I struggle with low mood which usually lasts a few months during the year (partly due to past trauma memories, partly seasonal). I can become irritable, lose interest in hobbies, and cry far more than usual. I tend to
I was always different. My IQ was higher than average and I had always been smarter until a few years ago when I moved to Houston. By then I was just average in everything. While I don’t have a problem
Last sunday my fiance broke up with me suddenly, i’m desperate, i’m heartbroken, his family and me think he might be bipolar type 1, he even thought so himself weeks ago, but he just broke up with me, during what
So my girlfreind has BPD and self harm issues, she tried to commit suicide as well, and is very impulsive and rebellious, its hard for me because I dont want to be like her mom but i cant let her
I’ve been living with BPD my whole life, but only in the last year have I been actively searching for help. I’ve done some research about recovery from BPD, and it seems the recovery rate is abysmally low. (2-5%) I
I’m approaching 30, and I still feel like an unsure, unstable 20-year-old! I have a lot of trauma in my past (abused and neglected as a child, bullied/ridiculed at school, and experienced abusive relationships as an adult). I’m still hurting
Hi, I’m a 20-year-old girl. I’m writing because I easily form child-like attachments to women older than me. When I was 17, I was in an IOP day program for an eating disorder/vomit phobia. My psychologist was a 28-year-old woman.
Hello. I’m a 19-year-old girl who experienced a lot of verbal/emotional abuse from age 8 up until now (along with emotional neglect), repeated sexual abuse from around the age of 9-12 (not entirely sure when it started) to 14, and
From a teen in the U.S.: I have a friend I met about last year who is a year younger than me. She lives in a different state than me, so we met online. She has had quite the upbringing
From a young man in the U.S.: I’m dealing with my boyfriend. He’s a veteran with PTSD and has either bipolar or BPD. He believes it might be bipolar. It’s difficult in a relationship with fights out of no where.
From a young man in the U.S.: A couple years ago I was diagnosed with borderline bipolar disorder. It got really bad to the point I couldn’t work and it took a toll on my marriage. Luckily, I found a
Hello, I recently started therapy and have had 1 session so far where i only discussed my anxiety and depression. My issue is that i think i might have bpd and i realise it is not a good thing to