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    Forgive Yourself

    <p>Forgive Yourself</p>
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    Is solo travel a good thing for someone with BPD and Bipolar?

    I'm ready to leave the Bubble I"ve been living in to travel around Australia. I think this might be good for me because I will only make short term friendships. Is this flawed thinking or a wise path?#BPD #Travel #NewBeginnings

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    Trying to make friends

    Who else lives in socal n needs rl friends? :( #NewBeginnings

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    Todays thoughts #kle

    Started with a new therapist today.

    I like her.

    She seems open and honest. Respectful of me and who I am. Encourages me to be who I am.

    This weekend I need to create a safe environment head space while at the beach. This can give me the opportunity to recreate the feelings and sensations while my brain is in trama mode. #coping

    I’m excited to dive deeper into my past trama to free me from this pit of misery I keep putting myself into. I’m fully aware of my suffering, self sabotage, perfectionism, low self worth and the list goes on. I’m better then this. Let’s start again just with more knowledge!

    #NewBeginnings

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    You don’t #forgive for them, you forgive for you

    <p>You don’t <a class="tm-topic-link ugc-topic" title="forgive" href="/topic/forgive/" data-id="5bd54482583e7500acf426f3" data-name="forgive" aria-label="hashtag forgive">#forgive</a> for them, you forgive for you</p>
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