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Oh, Hello BPD

The Borderline Personality part of me is coming out. I am feeling alone and a need to reach out to anyone that will talk to me. 138 more words

The General Message

Eventually, my ideas veered towards the soldiers themselves and how being in the military affects them – psychologically.

It is often found that those who go to war have profound difficulty adjusting to their home life again as as result of… 171 more words


10 Ways to Improve your Game

Life can feel like a competition. There is always a deadline to meet,  someone criticizing you like a coach, you have your fans, and you have your complainers.  1,624 more words


Post-submission relief

You honestly have no idea what a pickle I was in after my last post. I called my Mum and cried for about 2 hours, tossing over my incapability, my foolishness to believe I could keep up with a degree and the unbelievable unfairness of having to battle my BPD at every corner rather than having a fare shot at reaching my potential. 529 more words


Anxiety--Back with a Roaring Vengeance

“If you trade your authenticity for safety, you may experience the following: anxiety, depression, eating disorders, addiction, rage, blame, resentment, and inexplicable grief.”

Guys..I am struggling so much right now.

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Bulimia... is it really that dangerous?

Bulimia…what even is this?

It’s a type of eating disorder. I guess it’s not seen as that significant compared to Anorexia. There seems to be a lot of attention and media coverage around the fatality caused by anorexia; but truth be told Bulimia has just as many fatal consequences. 407 more words

Mental Illness

Book Review: Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig

Matt Haig’s Reasons to Stay Alive is beautiful, open, honest, genuine, brave, and hopeful. It should be read by everyone – if you’ve been depressed, are depressed, know someone who is/has been depressed. 728 more words

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