Borderline Personality Disorder

Recovering from Borderline personality disorder

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bunnerina:

Demand more research into mental illnesses

Demand more education on mental illness

Demand more positive representation of mental illness

Destroy the stigma that surrounds mental illness

Don’t let more kids struggle all their life not knowing what is wrong with them

Don’t let mental illnesses go unrecognized and untreated

Destroy this environment that favors neurotypical able people

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OOTD

Cardigan - H&M
T-shirt - everything5pounds.com
Blue shorts - Primark
White lacey cycling shorts - H&M
Tights - Primark
Boots - H&M
Lace shoelaces - H&M
Necklace - New Look

OOTD

Cardigan - H&M
T-shirt - everything5pounds.com
Blue shorts - Primark
White lacey cycling shorts - H&M
Tights - Primark
Boots - H&M
Lace shoelaces - H&M

Necklace - New Look

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totallyacomputer said: they mean not to put them in another labeled bottle because someone could think it is something it’s not and decide to take it or something

Ohhhh. That makes a lot of sense.

In the UK you pretty much always get pills in blister packets. I remember the first time I got a weekly pill box it felt super strange popping all the pills out of the blister packets to put in it. 

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Today’s mindfulness challenge.
The app is called Conscious and it is available from android and apple stores for free. I am not paid to promote this app, I just like to share the challenges sometimes.

If you reblog this please dont delete the info about where to find the app. 

You can see the current challenge here - http://www.consciousday.com/current-challenge 

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This could be super difficult for those who struggle with their identity and sense of self. Give it a go, maybe write down things about yourself such as the qualities you possess and the emotions you are having today. That might help you feel more connected to your sense of who you are right now in this moment.

Today’s mindfulness challenge.

The app is called Conscious and it is available from android and apple stores for free. I am not paid to promote this app, I just like to share the challenges sometimes.

If you reblog this please dont delete the info about where to find the app.

You can see the current challenge here - http://www.consciousday.com/current-challenge

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This could be super difficult for those who struggle with their identity and sense of self. Give it a go, maybe write down things about yourself such as the qualities you possess and the emotions you are having today. That might help you feel more connected to your sense of who you are right now in this moment.

Filed under bpd mindfulness meditation conscious app identity sense of self ego

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Perfectionism

lifeaccordingtohan:

I’ve always found it difficult when people suggest to me that I’m a perfectionist. I’m afraid by agreeing I’m a perfectionist I’m suggesting that I think I’m perfect or that they’ll begin to notice some of my (many) flaws.

Being a perfectionist can be difficult. You spend all your time trying to be perfect, to do things perfectly, that it leaves you feeling that nothing you do is ever going to be right. It leaves you disheartened and robs you of your motivation to try. What is the point in trying if I’m going to fail anyway?!

I’m trying to persuade myself that being ‘good enough’ is better than being perfect. That trying and failing is better than not trying at all! That being ok at something is ok and not something to be ashamed of. That maybe being perfect isn’t the best thing to be?!

I am also trying to give up the concept of perfect!

It has only really served to make me feel awful about myself and that I am never good enough because PERFECT is always the standard I set myself.

I also need to stop having such unreasonable expectations of others, it contributes a lot to my splitting of people into good/bad. I’ll think somebody is amazing because they have shown me kindness or inspired me or validated me or made me giggle or have been really fun to be around or they just look really amazing in those skinny jeans… and then I expect them to be perfect forever and ever until the end of time. Of course nobody is perfect or even good enough all the time so I get let down and I take it personally. I feel disappointed and like they have failed me, like they have broken their promises of being amazing and I feel misled and betrayed. Even though they never made any promises and I probably never even told them “hello I am in love with you because you were nice to me today and you have super cute hair let’s be best friends forever, do you like cats? I think we should get married.”. This all goes on in my head and I don’t really let people in on the secret one-sided relationships I find myself imagining I am in.

I hope that doesn’t sound as bonkers as I think it does!

I’m not a creep, honest!

Filed under perfectionism good enough splitting bpd black and white intense and unstable relationships imaginary relationships?

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MFW my video finally uploaded to Youtube.
Jokes, it’s my reaction to finally managing to say a sentence without messing it up halfway through.

MFW my video finally uploaded to Youtube.

Jokes, it’s my reaction to finally managing to say a sentence without messing it up halfway through.