Each of these two concepts are important in the treatment of borderline personality disorder. They may sound similar but are actually different. Here’s a brief look at each.
Flowers as metaphors are frequently used to help people understand complex ideas. This includes people who are living with Borderline Personality Disorder.
No one is born with BPD. Rather it develops over time, especially in very sensitive people who experience highly invalidating environments in their early years. And that many of the most invalidating moments occur within the dynamic of interpersonal relationships…
There were many people on Twitter this week who expressed feelings of loneliness. They felt that friends, family members or people on Twitter had forgotten about them. And, quite understandably, that was very painful.
The human brain may be the most complex and sophisticated object in the universe. Shrouded in mystery for thousands of years the inner workings of the brain are slowly, but steadily being revealed.
Imposter Syndrome is your belief that you are not as competent as other people think you are. This can happen at work, school, or in an interpersonal relationship.