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Re: GOOD reading for borderline type disorder pegasus

Posted by floatingbridge on January 21, 2011, at 11:36:43

In reply to Re: GOOD reading for borderline type disorder, posted by pegasus on January 21, 2011, at 11:19:29


I feel that my experience is c-ptsd. However, It's walking around in a self that is either always being triggered, or not knowing I'm triggered. No sense of self or so fleeting. Or if there is a sense of self, it's like too much to face.

I've looked at Waking the Tiger. I feel
guilty and weird because the really awful stuff didn't happen to me.

I used to be afraid of BPD. And I don't think BDP people are all 'nasty' are they?

Is that a way of saying they habitually and maladaptively project hurt outward? (I do the opposite; hence niceness. I told my therapist not to use that word with me. And Violette, no worries--you are
very supportive.)

I've got to go for now. Thanks everyone.


*keep a green tree in your heart
& a singing bird will come.





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