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22 'Survival Tips' for Anyone Newly Diagnosed With Borderline Personality Disorder

22 'Survival Tips' for Anyone Newly Diagnosed With Borderline Personality Disorder

Church members can experience a crisis of faith for a variety of reasons. Here are ways those experiencing a faith crisis can cope, as well as ways loving members can support them.

Surviving a Faith Crisis (and How Church Members Can Help)

Blame, Guilt and Bipolar - we've all felt it at some point. Everyone diagnosed with bipolar disorder has no doubt felt the same thing. Here's how to cope.

PTSD from relentless emotional, physical and verbal abuse will haunt those who have been the target of such evil abusers.

Trigger - a trigger is anything that sets you off emotionall & activates memories of your trauma. It's particular to you & what your experience has been. Triggered, we revert to the feelings & behaviors we had in the traumatizing situation.

Having this disorder; borderline personality disorder can make us feel like a GIANT MONSTER . . .    My page site; https://www.facebook.com/BorderlinePersonalityDisorderInsight  MY BLOG SITE:http://simplyeye.wordpress.com/

Having this disorder; borderline personality disorder can make us feel like a GIANT MONSTER , even though we're not and most of the time we are really the most loyal loving individual You ever met. Please don't blame Yourself, It's not Your fault!

Depression and Bipolar Disorder

one of the things so bad about depression and bipolar disorder is that if you don't have prior awareness, you don't have any idea what hit you ~ kay redfield jamison (except that ton of bricks)

An Expert Look at Borderline Personality Disorder  By THE NEW YORK TIMES -Dr. Marsha Linehan

An Expert Look at Borderline Personality Disorder

Brains??

The worst thing you could tell someone experiencing mental concerns is that it is all make believe! Love this response!

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