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... image, mood, behavior and close personal relationships. This can cause significant distress or impairment in friendships and work. A person with this disorder can often be bright and intelligent, and appear warm, friendly and competent. ... (15 replies)
... I have OCD, and I think my mother might have some OCPD because she thinks less of somebody if they have typos in letters. ... (2 replies)
... i guess i relate to what penbat is saying. when i was young (12-18) i had alot of problems, when i look back on it i can see obvious BPD. my mother took me to therapy starting at age 11, i never payed attention tho, she kept telling me i had a "personality disorder" but i did not know that was an accual thing, i was taking it as an insult, like she was telling constantly i... (10 replies)

... Isn't it stange that people will look at this list of symtoms for borderline personality disorder, and think to themself, WOW that IS ME!! ... (15 replies)
... As far as whether or not BPD is inherited,Neither of my parents are Borderline, though my father is an alcoholic and my mother has had bouts of depression and impulsive behaviors due to her inability to cope with certain emotional issues. ... (13 replies)
... Lately I have been reading more and more into personality disorders and taking online tests after being called "selfish" and "antisocial" by an ex and it really scared me. ... (2 replies)
... Any disorder can be in varying degrees, so self labeling or labelling others can be quite defeating. ... (10 replies)
... I worried that I was having an episode of bipolar disorder when I was at school; I went to a psychologist, and they just gave the Millon clinical multiaxel inventory, and told me that I was 'aggressive, passive aggressive (surely somewhat of a contradiction….), and also Narcissistic'. They didn't even investigate the possibility of type ii bipolar disorder. Also, of those... (14 replies)
... not so much with her father because she knows her limits with him. Her mother let her get away with the verbal abuse and bad behaviour for a long time ... now at 19 has no foundation for a stable future. ... (37 replies)
... e there, but that it may just be due to the environment the children are raised in. Neither of my parents are Borderline, though my father is an alcoholic and my mother has had bouts of depression and impulsive behaviors due to her inability to cope with certain emotional issues. ... (13 replies)
... Oh ok. Thanks for this information. What about anxiety disorder and depression? ... (13 replies)
... I suppose at first I was thinking that there seems to be so many different drug attempts with someone with this type of disorder - that they wanted to get the strongest one right away. Instead of wasting months, trying this one and that one that might not help. But when I did a search on it and the first web site said that it was used mostly for schizophrenia .. I almost fell... (37 replies)
... Hmmmm… Thanks for your reply :D. I am frustrated with life, actually; I want to study Arabic (which I am doing) with the hope of gaining meaningful employment in the Middle east. Thing is this, so many companies now are cutting their staff to save costs; our recent government (I won't post the name I use for David Cameron on here, as it would be a violation of terms of... (14 replies)
... Hmmmm… thanks for the reply :D. I am frustrated with life, actually; I want to study Arabic (which I am doing) with the hope of gaining meaningful employment in the Middle east. Thing is this, so many companies now are cutting their staff to save costs; our recent government (I won't post the name I use for David Cameron on here, as it would be a violation of terms of... (14 replies)
... Ok, it's kind of long; and you are being warned in advance- I'm rather a bit of an arsehole :L.    I already have a diagnosis of Asperger syndrome; however, there's something more in my opinion.  - I resent authority. As much as I appreciate the sacrifices police make, I find their pompous parades utterly pathetic. If you take a policeman's uniform off then all he is is a... (14 replies)
... its hard for me to think straight as well when i am distressed. words dont come to me, i freeze and and i feel paralyzed. i have been trying to practice possible stressful scenarios, i guess i just dont have enough practice yet since i still freeze. I have been looking for a local support group - that might help keep me motivated and inspired. i appreciate your... (10 replies)
... Hi wolfpud, like you I've found that 'avoidance' is one of my preferred strategies in stressful situations too. It is a really bad habbit to break, but I needed to learn to develop new dialogue skills and messages that will enable me to express my distress without offending the offending party. YOu know those statments that go "when you do 'x', I feel like . . . . . ... (10 replies)
... polar, I've heard that it is passed down from mother to son, or from father to daughter. So if your BF has it and you have a daughter, be prepared. ... (13 replies)
... n the middle of a complete meltdown by quizzing me at length about what drugs and risk taking behaviour I'd been up to. Not so funny at all, as I'm a middle age mother of 2, don't drink or smoke, professional, employed etc. etc. ... (5 replies)
... Hi there deb! I have been lately trying to advoid my new job. I mean I go to work and all but I hate it that my boss favors the other new woman over me. I have always wanted to avoid these kind of situations. Anyway, welcome deb!:) (12 replies)


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