personality disorder

Personality disorders are as complex as they are misunderstood; delve into this diagnosis and learn the typical cognitions, behaviors, and inner experience of those inflicted.

Nadine Haigha year ago
Me and My Borderline
Nowadays, terms like psycho and depressed are an everyday part of life, just words that get thrown out by people that don't really understand their meaning. They are flippant about words that in the m...
Penelope DeMonta year ago
The Unknown
Before you begin reading, I have to let you know that this story is completely fiction and was crafted by my writing ideas. I do not have paranoia or multiple personality disorder and so I'm sorry if ...
Alexandra Fa year ago
How It Feels to Be Feared
How it feels to be told your parents and others are afraid of you: not good. I’ve never even raised a hand to either of my mother’s nurses, but they’re scared of me. I’ve pushed my mother to the floor...
Shaye Goodenough2 years ago
Plans Changing With Borderline Personality Disorder
Those with BPD can be impulsive. We may go out and spend all our money on new clothes. We may gamble it all away. We might suddenly decide to drive down a motorway at 3 o clock in the morning without ...
Kat Kaplan2 years ago
Life with BPD
Everything ends. You either do it until you die or it leaves. The choice you make it how you cope with the end, and how long you prolong the inevitable. It isn’t about denying the end; it’s about avoi...
Sierra George2 years ago
I Hate You. Don't Leave Me
Relationships with BPD are anything but simple, both the person with BPD and the one without it can feel as if they are always treading on eggshells in a constant war zone. People with Borderline Pers...
BPD and Me Part 1
I guess I've always known that I wasn't "normal" from a young age. I always felt things more intensely than other people, and held onto those emotions longer. I had difficulty making and keeping frien...
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Emery Ryder2 years ago
The Black or White Thinking, Dramatic and Erratic Personality
The term Borderline Personality Disorder or BPD isn't the most well-known mental illness, compared to Depression, Bipolar Disorder, and Anxiety but it affects 1.6 percent of people in the United State...
Zen Goddess2 years ago
Mercury Retrograde: The Good, The Bad and The Truth!
Have you ever wondered if the planets could actually have an affect on your life? It's not as far-fetched as one might think it is. Mercury is more than just a mysterious planet in the far away galaxy...
Emma Pilgrim2 years ago
My Experience with Relationships & BPD
Relationships from friendships & love, but sometimes the lines blur, of course because for many of us with borderline, our response to relationships is never great. Don’t get me wrong my love life now...
Chronique Living2 years ago
Living with Borderline Personality Disorder - the Diagnosis
It took a lot out of me to muster up the courage to make it to my therapy appointment on time. By the time I had gotten dressed, the anxiety of leaving the house had set in. The lurking thoughts of my...
Alyssa Lactin2 years ago
Mental Illness: The Demons Within
One of the illnesses I was recently diagnosed with while I was hospitalized is BPD, aka Borderline Personality Disorder. The definition of the disorder according to The National Institute of Mental He...
Jay Hogue2 years ago
Questionably Stable
In the beginning, there were only two. One a girl and the other a child that continued to change gender. While they both looked very similar, the girl seemed to be more mature than she really ought to...
Emily Buehner2 years ago
Past the Borderline
Ever since I was young I had the most difficult time when it came to making and keeping friends. I would always seem to lose friends and it would never last more than 4 years or less. I was forced to go to counseling when I was younger but to say that it helped at the time, I don't know if I could say. From waking up being angry at the world to going to bed hating myself and the world. "Why me?" I would always say to myself. Why was it me that got adopted, why is it me that always cries and gets...
True Danyelle2 years ago
The Friends That Force Me to Live
To most people, the phrase "hole in the wall" means a quaint place to get a decent drink but to me, at 13, it either meant bullets or that I lost my temper again. Standing at the gates of puberty I wa...
Ginger Curls2 years ago
Borderline Personality Disorder vs. Relationships
Having borderline personality disorder isn't something that I share often or with many people, mostly because I am afraid of what people will think. People with borderline personality disorder know wh...
Gabriella robles2 years ago
Am I a Psycho?
Halloween night, my ex-boyfriend came over to take his things out of my car. He was angry because I didn't spend time with him for Halloween, and he saw that I was hanging out with my neighbors instea...
Shanelle ♔ 2 years ago
The Diagnosed 'Crazy'
There are people amongst us all who've suffered some form of childhood trauma and as a result of that they're now strong, wise individuals who've become the opposite of their perpetrators, and that's ...