May is borderline personality disorder awareness month (that is a mouthful lord!) & as someone who suffers from the disorder, I thought I’d write a couple of posts. If you read my blog regularly you’ll know I’m open about my mental health & I’ve written a few posts before, but I really do think this
I think it’s about time I talk about being a BPD mother & how it’s affected my parenting. I didn’t quite know when I was gonna write this or when would be a good time to write it. Should I write it on a good day, when things seem a little easier or should I write
I haven’t made a direct mental health post in a good while, but since I wrote my BPD story I’ve felt much more open on my blog. I’ve since written a few post focused on my disorder & each have always received such a good response. Recently my mental health has gotten to probably what
1. Controlling my emotions are difficult; but that doesn’t mean I’m completely out of control. I’ve adapted to my situation, I’ve never known anything different so I don’t know how you experience daily life. I feel everything a lot stronger it seems and it can appear erratic & “crazy” but it’s me & I wouldn’t change that.
Not so long ago I wrote a post regarding my BPD (borderline personality disorder) and it was the first time I’ve made a public declaration of my mental health. I’ve always kept it under wraps, but it was so refreshing to read your responses and know I’ve helped a small few. Since then I’ve been