How To Cope When Someone You Love Has BPD

How To Cope When Someone You Love Has BPD

If you want to know more about how you can cope when someone you love has BPD, then check out this video below:

 

How To Cope When Someone You Love Has BPD

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  1. Amazing how you described me when I should have sought help. I have bipolar disorder, anxiety disorder and PTSD.
    At this point my illness has progressed to the point of feeling hopeless.
    I spend most of my time sitting alone and practicing destructive behaviors. Always looking for relief from my own thoughts. I don’t even who I am anymore. I don’t like me anymore.
    I am haunted daily by the memories of being sexually abused as a child.
    I just want to be loved but at this point I can’t love myself, much less give my worthless self to some good and decent person.
    I’m sorry for the pain I’ve caused, the people I’ve let down.
    I forgive those who did this to me but I wish they could know the the extent of pain and the lifetime of anguish and confusion that this child has experienced.

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