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    i've been going to this mind group and i worry that the more i use services like that, the more my diagnosis will get around and the more stigmatised and rejected i'll be in the area It's not as though i feel accepted as it is but i know when that benefit form arrives i'm going to struggle for...
  2. T

    coping with voices and bad thoughts

    ive been diagnosed with bpd a few months ago but im really struggling to cope with the voices there really intense and making me feel paranoid i think my boyfriends family is out to get me which is resulting in me not eating anything they cook me as i think there trying to posion me :scared: i...
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    Compulsive Hoarding (Article)

    Compulsive hoarding - NHS Choices "Compulsive hoarding means excessively acquiring items that appear of little or no value and not being able to throw them away, resulting in unmanageable amounts of clutter." Do you have a tendency to hoard things?
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    It's hard to interact on a social level

    I hardly see anyone. I hardly do anything. I have little or nothing to talk about on a social level. It makes it hard to fully integrate and leaves me at a distance. Social interaction difficulties breed social isolation breed a life of virtual nothingness, resulting in an ever increasing...
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    Small Traumas Can Lead to Big Problems, Too

    Small Traumas Can Lead to Big Problems, Too Sometimes trauma work is not just about resolving major traumatic events in one’s life. Life is full of small traumas that most of us do not perceive as extremely distressing. When someone comes to therapy for posttraumatic stress, it is fair to...