It is well known that the year-end holidays can be very stressful for many people. This is especially true for people who have borderline personality disorder
If you have a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) or Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder (EUPD) it’s very likely that you feel unhappy more often than you feel happy.
Why is that?
Most people have experienced awe but typically find it difficult to describe. In other words, there are no words except, perhaps, for gobsmacked. Understanding awe may be helpful for people with BPD
A woman raises money to pay for tattoos to transform self-harm scars.
In 1967, a young Hungarian refugee sent to live in Britain planned on ending his life. “At 16 I was a very depressed adolescent, I had suicidal ideation, I had suicidal plans.”
Among the many behaviors associated with Borderline Personality Disorder are emotional dysregulation, negative self-image, impulsivity and ‘splitting’, i.e., someone is either all good or all bad. This combination can lead a person with BPD to easily jump to erroneous…