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Intense emotions, feelings and current events will always pass. I know it's hard to remember sometimes but things do change, they do get better and you can make it through. Sending positivity, love and support to everyone--Admin ❤️💜💖💯 #BPD #bpdproblems #borderlinepersonalitydisorder #borderline #actuallybpd #bpdmemes #bpdrecovery #bpdawareness #bpdfam #bpdwarrior #bpdthings #bpdquotes #bpdsupport #recovery.

Intense emotions, feelings and current events will always pass. I know it's hard to remember sometimes but things do change, they do get better and you can make it through. Sending positivity, love and support to everyone--Admin ❤️💜💖💯 #BPD #bpdproblems #borderlinepersonalitydisorder #borderline #actuallybpd #bpdmemes #bpdrecovery #bpdawareness #bpdfam #bpdwarrior #bpdthings #bpdquotes #bpdsupport #recovery ...

Day 21: Impulsiveness 
Understanding Impulsivity

According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), impulsive behaviors are a hallmark of BPD. Impulsivity is broadly defined as actions without foresight that are poorly conceived, prematurely expressed, unnecessarily risky, and inappropriate to the situation. Impulsivity is associated with undesirable, rather than desirable. 
In psychological terms, impulsive behaviors are inherently inappropriate either in terms of scale or potential risk. A person with BPD is less likely to take into account potential consequences and will often turn to self-harm behaviors (like binge eating or excessive drinking) as a means to cope.

However, impulsive behaviors are not, in and of themselves, diagnostic of BPD. It only when the behavior is pervasive, detrimental, and interferes with a person's ability to function normally that BPD may be considered.

behaviors are inherently inappropriate either in terms of scale or potential risk. A person with BPD is less likely to take into account potential consequences and will often turn to self-harm behaviors (like binge eating or excessive drinking) as a means to cope.

However, impulsive behaviors are not, in and of themselves, diagnostic of BPD. It only when the behavior is pervasive, detrimental, and interferes with a person's ability to function normally that BPD may be considered. Impulsivity should not be confused with a compulsion, in which a person recognizes the behavior is abnormal but cannot stop it. With impulsivity, the person will act out without inherently recognizing that the behavior is abnormal.

Examples

There are many different types of behavior that can become impulsive with BPD; each situation is different. There are, however, themes and scenarios that are common among people with BPD:

Oversharing of emotions
Overspending
Over-apologizing
Quitting a job suddenly
Frequent emotional outbursts
Meaningless or risky sex
Joining and quitting a lot of groups
Jumping to conclusions
Clearing out belongings to

Day 21: Impulsiveness Understanding Impulsivity According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), impulsive behaviors are a hallmark of BPD. Impulsivity is broadly defined as actions without foresight that are poorly conceived, prematurely expressed, unnecessarily risky, and inappropriate to the situation. Impulsivity is associated with undesirable, rather than desirable. In psychological terms, impulsive behaviors are inherently inappropriate either in terms of scale or potential risk. A person with BPD is less likely to take into account potential consequences and will often turn to self-harm behaviors (like binge eating or excessive drinking) as a means to cope. However, impulsive behaviors are not, in and of themselves, diagnostic of BPD. It only when the behavior is pervasive, detrimental, and interferes with a person's ability to function normally that BPD may be considered. behaviors are inherently inappropriate either in terms of scale or potential risk. A person with BPD is less likely to take into account potential consequences and will often turn to self-harm behaviors (like binge eating or excessive drinking) as a means to cope. However, impulsive behaviors are not, in and of themselves, diagnostic of BPD. It only when the behavior is pervasive, detrimental, and interferes with a person's ability to function normally that BPD may be considered. Impulsivity should not be confused with a compulsion, in which a person recognizes the behavior is abnormal but cannot stop it. With impulsivity, the person will act out without inherently recognizing that the behavior is abnormal. Examples There are many different types of behavior that can become impulsive with BPD; each situation is different. There are, however, themes and scenarios that are common among people with BPD: Oversharing of emotions Overspending Over-apologizing Quitting a job suddenly Frequent emotional outbursts Meaningless or risky sex Joining and quitting a lot of groups Jumping to conclusions Clearing out belongings to "start anew" Constantly "turning over a new leaf" Abruptly changing or canceling plans Inability to receive criticism ...

Day 22: The feeling of emptiness 
One of the diagnostic criteria for my condition [BPD] I experience most intensely is a chronic feeling of “emptiness.” I put the word “emptiness” in quotations because, as I and others with BPD know, the feeling is not exactly just emptiness — which implies a nothingness or void where something is supposed to be.

Certainly there is an element of sensing something missing inside me, which can lead to a lot of grasping outside of myself for stability, identity and sometimes desperate attempts to fill an emotional, mental or spiritual gap. In my own past, this has exhibited itself through changing jobs, apartments and partners — as well as a complicated relationship with food (using physical fullness as a stand-in for soul fullness). But when I think about the chronic feeling that really incited all of these problematic behaviors, I think a better term than emptiness might be longing. It’s not just the perceived lack, it’s the yearning for it to be filled with love, connection and fulfillment. Many people experience the desire to “figure out” what it all means — what we mean as individuals, as a species and as sentient beings in a gigantic universe. The difference is that having borderline personality disorder amplifies the desire, makes it sharper and more persistent. 
Although the incessant, nagging, empty presence takes its toll, and can drive individuals to impulsive and self-destructive behavior, it’s also the water in which many of us little BPD fish swim. In fact, my own psychiatrist and many health professionals who work with BPD patients cite their deep existential insights and unique skill in exploring the meaning of life and identity. When someone comes to me carrying feelings of detachment from a purpose, or questions about what really brings joy and satisfaction, or just the tears of someone hungry for something hard to articulate, I can help. Because I have learned to bear emptiness and understand longing--The Mighty.

Day 22: The feeling of emptiness One of the diagnostic criteria for my condition [BPD] I experience most intensely is a chronic feeling of “emptiness.” I put the word “emptiness” in quotations because, as I and others with BPD know, the feeling is not exactly just emptiness — which implies a nothingness or void where something is supposed to be. Certainly there is an element of sensing something missing inside me, which can lead to a lot of grasping outside of myself for stability, identity and sometimes desperate attempts to fill an emotional, mental or spiritual gap. In my own past, this has exhibited itself through changing jobs, apartments and partners — as well as a complicated relationship with food (using physical fullness as a stand-in for soul fullness). But when I think about the chronic feeling that really incited all of these problematic behaviors, I think a better term than emptiness might be longing. It’s not just the perceived lack, it’s the yearning for it to be filled with love, connection and fulfillment. Many people experience the desire to “figure out” what it all means — what we mean as individuals, as a species and as sentient beings in a gigantic universe. The difference is that having borderline personality disorder amplifies the desire, makes it sharper and more persistent. Although the incessant, nagging, empty presence takes its toll, and can drive individuals to impulsive and self-destructive behavior, it’s also the water in which many of us little BPD fish swim. In fact, my own psychiatrist and many health professionals who work with BPD patients cite their deep existential insights and unique skill in exploring the meaning of life and identity. When someone comes to me carrying feelings of detachment from a purpose, or questions about what really brings joy and satisfaction, or just the tears of someone hungry for something hard to articulate, I can help. Because I have learned to bear emptiness and understand longing--The Mighty ...

One of our members @kyleighbeeles has bravely made a video about borderline personality disorder. Here is a one minute clip. She was very nervous about posting so please show her some love. She's uploading the full video to YouTube. Once it's up I'll share the link. Huge hugs ❤️ #BPD #bpdproblems #borderlinepersonalitydisorder #borderline #actuallybpd #bpdmemes #bpdrecovery #bpdawareness #bpdfam #bpdwarrior #bpdthings #bpdquotes #bpdsupport #recovery.

One of our members @kyleighbeeles has bravely made a video about borderline personality disorder. Here is a one minute clip. She was very nervous about posting so please show her some love. She's uploading the full video to YouTube. Once it's up I'll share the link. Huge hugs ❤️ #BPD #bpdproblems #borderlinepersonalitydisorder #borderline #actuallybpd #bpdmemes #bpdrecovery #bpdawareness #bpdfam #bpdwarrior #bpdthings #bpdquotes #bpdsupport #recovery ...

Day 15: Dissociation in BPD.

What is dissociation? 
Dissociation is a psychological experience in which people feel disconnected from their sensory experience, sense of self, or personal history. It is usually experienced as a feeling of intense alienation or unreality, in which the person suddenly loses their sense of where they are, who they are, of what they are doing.

Dissociation often occurs in response to trauma and seems to have a protective aspect in that it allows people to feel disconnected from traumatic events.- The very well mind.

Types of dissociation:

Depersonalization: This is a feeling of separation between yourself and your body. People who experience depersonalization may say that they feel like they're observing their own body from the outside, or as if they're in a dream.

Derealization: Similar to depersonalization, derealization is a feeling of being detached from the external world, such as from other people or objects. It may cause familiar things to look strange, unreal, or unfamiliar. Derealization and depersonalization often occur at the same time.

Amnesia: Some people who experience dissociation have periods of amnesia or

Day 15: Dissociation in BPD. What is dissociation? Dissociation is a psychological experience in which people feel disconnected from their sensory experience, sense of self, or personal history. It is usually experienced as a feeling of intense alienation or unreality, in which the person suddenly loses their sense of where they are, who they are, of what they are doing. Dissociation often occurs in response to trauma and seems to have a protective aspect in that it allows people to feel disconnected from traumatic events.- The very well mind. Types of dissociation: Depersonalization: This is a feeling of separation between yourself and your body. People who experience depersonalization may say that they feel like they're observing their own body from the outside, or as if they're in a dream. Derealization: Similar to depersonalization, derealization is a feeling of being detached from the external world, such as from other people or objects. It may cause familiar things to look strange, unreal, or unfamiliar. Derealization and depersonalization often occur at the same time. Amnesia: Some people who experience dissociation have periods of amnesia or "losing time." They may have minutes to hours or days when they were awake but can't remember where they were or what they were doing. Identity confusion: This occurs when you experience an inner struggle about who you really are. Identity alteration: When you sense that you act like a different person some of the time, this is identity alteration. For instance, you may see things in your home that you don't recognize, perform a skill that you don't remember learning, or others will say you're acting like a different person. Mild identity alteration is common in the general population; for instance, changing your name. The key is that it doesn't cause problems with everyday functioning or relationships. In other words, you're aware of your identity or role change. Moderate identity alteration is common in BPD and involves changes in mood or behavior that are not under your control. All information was written and is credited to the very well mind ❤️ ...

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Und wie ist das bei dir? Wie fühlst du dich? Meine Nacht war kurz weil ich immer noch dachte, es wurde noch wer schreiben, aber naja ist nicht passiert. .
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Und wie ist das bei dir? Wie fühlst du dich? Meine Nacht war kurz weil ich immer noch dachte, es wurde noch wer schreiben, aber naja ist nicht passiert. . #ja #nein . . . . . . #me #q #borderline #spr üche #liebesspr üche #depression #ptbs #selfharm #liebesspr #a #happy #liebeskummer #qotd #life #zitatdestages #depressiv #verlassen #vergessen #weisheiten #gedanken #sprueche #text #spruch #spr üchezumnachdenken #spr ücheundzitate #Zitate #sayings #kiss ...

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Repost 🎨 @glitterygnomie ————————————————————————————— Acting Opposite 💃🏻 #dbtdrawings - every emotion has an action urge. But sometimes the emotion may not be justified, or acting on the urge may not be effective. When this is the case, we can consider opposite action. I suppose it’s a bit of ‘fake it till you make it’, but when you act opposite with all your body, you start to feel the changes in your mind too. ————————————————————————————— ❤

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Repost 🎨 @glitterygnomie ————————————————————————————— Acting Opposite 💃🏻 #dbtdrawings - every emotion has an action urge. But sometimes the emotion may not be justified, or acting on the urge may not be effective. When this is the case, we can consider opposite action. I suppose it’s a bit of ‘fake it till you make it’, but when you act opposite with all your body, you start to feel the changes in your mind too. ————————————————————————————— ❤ #KeepTalkingMH #BPD #EUPD #mentalhealth #anxiety #borderlinepersonalitydisorder #EmotionallyUnstablePersonalityDisorder #mentalhealthmatters #depression #mentalhealthawareness #mentalillness #borderline #recovery #borderlinepersonality #bpdawareness #bpdrecovery #adhd #dbt #pstd #actuallyborderline #medication #selfcare #cutting #suicide #bpdsupport #Motivation #Inspiration #Love #Health ...