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It's important to get help if you're struggling with delusions.

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Give this person the contact details of your care team ontense ask him or her to contact the team if they become concerned about your behaviour. It's important to get help if you're struggling with delusions.

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Being like this felt like a curse, like being broken, weak to anxiety and mental stress and not quite fixable by therapy until I read this book. I've been ridiculed or told I'm too intense or over-invested for being passionate and emotional about my passions and interests and thought for so long that I'm broken or a freak. Give this person the contact details of your care team and ask him or her to contact the team if they become concerned about your behaviour.

Sadly, this can often lead to break-ups. Many people with BPD seem to be stuck with a very rigid "black-white" view of relationships. Even to minor points such as being a quiet unproblematic and thoughtful child that parents 'barely knew they had' it resonated intemse my very core like a moment of clarity.

intejse You may then respond by acting in ways to make people go away, such as emotionally withdrawing, rejecting them or using verbal abuse. last reviewed: 17 July Next review due: 17 July This organisation provides emotional support 24 hours a day for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair contact a friend, family member or someone you trust If you've been diagnosed with BPD, tell someone you trust about your condition.

I understood my way of thinking was rare from my Myers-Briggs analysis as a INFJ but most things I saw about being INFJ talked about the curses or the downsides of being misunderstood, so emotionally invested preson sensitive to what seems as odd to others, the feelings of never being able to pause let alone turn off our brains, the feeling of being 'burdened with glorious purpose' and so on and so forth.

The pattern varies, but the key is that your moods swing in unpredictable ways. I think it would be a powerful tool for Lo to consider further the impact of bullying by peers on emotionally sensitive persons not simply the role of unsupportive or scapegoating family.

Sadly, this can often lead to break-ups. last reviewed: 17 July Next review due: 17 July These may often feel like instructions to harm yourself lntense others. Either a relationship is perfect and that person is wonderful, intens the relationship is doomed and that person is terrible. This organisation provides emotional support 24 hours a day for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair contact a friend, family member or someone you trust If you've been diagnosed with BPD, tell someone you trust about your condition.

However this book isn't about ego stroking, talking people down from the ledge or making out they are special gifted is often not as wonderful as some people seem to think it is as it is often comorbid with conditions such as sensory processing disorder, OCD, ADHD and ASD it's about giving people with this wiring of the brain reassurances that it's ok to be intebse this and practical tools to process their situations and use this to their advantage rather than causing themselves to nitense hurt over and over again.

Either a relationship is perfect and that person is wonderful, or the relationship is doomed and that person is terrible.

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Reading just the introduction of this book caused me to dissolve into big ugly crying tears because never in my life have I associated so strongly with a description of being, thinking and feeling and been told it's not only acceptable to think and feel like this but it's not actually a curse or a problem. Building emotional resilience and coping mechanisms is as much at the heart of this book as the message that you intenae different from the majority but that's ok and when you feel strong that this can be a gift rather than a curse.

The pattern varies, but the key is that your moods swing in unpredictable ways.

I've struggled with my self worth and inner critic for decades being told there's something wrong with me, I'm weird, nitense emotional, over reacting and need to calm down or not think so much. You may then respond by acting in ways to make people go away, such as emotionally withdrawing, rejecting them or using verbal abuse. These may often feel like instructions to harm yourself or others.

Overall, this is such a powerful and empowering book, it won't be true for everyone who is struggling with their mindset but for those of us who fit, it's like a hurricane of emotion in your chest that is unleashed with recognition that you aren't alone and you are not broken. I have quibbles with the book in that it does seem very blaming of parents and wider family for causing the problems that many people like my selves face, whilst I fully agree that my parents did not and still don't as my mum is annoyed at the parent-blaming in this book :eye roll: have the tools to understand my emotional intensity as OK and aid me to find emotional resilience they aren't the ones that 'broke' me- that distinction goes to girls in my peer group at school deliberately targeting, isolating and ridiculing me for being different and the school for not doing a thing to stop them because they were 'good girls' and I needed to 'toughen up' and ' let things go'.

Many people with BPD seem to be stuck with a very rigid "black-white" view of relationships. Thank you thank you thank you Imi Lo.

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