Borderline Personality Disorder - OC87 Recovery Diaries

Borderline Personality Disorder: Borderline personality disorder is characterized by a pervasive pattern of difficulty in interpersonal relationships, alternating between idealization and demonization of people, difficulty with mood regulation, anger, irritability, impulsiveness, unstable self image, and often including suicidal behavior (ideation, threats, attempts), and self-damaging behaviors.

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Life On the Borderline: Learning to Live with BPD

Life On the Borderline: Learning to Live with BPD

Receiving a diagnosis for borderline personality disorder later in life was difficult for Lisa Parker. When she finally heard the phrase “bpd,” she was able to start learning skills in her 50s she wished she’d learned in her 20s.

From Depressed and Suicidal to a New Outlook

From Depressed and Suicidal to a New Outlook

I went from unhappy to miserable to struggling to overwhelmed to depressed and suicidal. First I was diagnosed with post-natal depression, followed by treatment-resistant clinical depression. Then came the biggest clanger of all, diagnosis number three: borderline personality disorder.

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