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Re: Is the psychosis in BPD real psychosis? Deneb

Posted by fairywings on July 24, 2005, at 23:33:11

In reply to Re: Is the psychosis in BPD real psychosis? fairywings, posted by Deneb on July 24, 2005, at 23:25:26

> Yes, I think that would be a good idea. I'm not saying that meds are not for me...I just simply don't know. If they work and the side effects vs benefit profiles are favorable, then hey, why not? :-)
> Same goes for therapy I guess, risk vs benefits.
> I like to keep an open mind.
> Deneb

I don't blame you Deneb. There have been times when I've found meds to be a great thing. I take one med. every day, and it's made a lot of difference for me. Another, a benzo, I take as needed, which isn't often, but I"m glad to have it when I need it.

I think anyone can benefit from therapy, esp. with a good fit with the therapist, but I guess there is always that risk that you won't find someone you fit with, or that they'll screw up transference, or that they'll terminate you too soon.





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