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    Darkness again

    The dark thoughts are appearing more frequently these days. Don’t see a future anymore. Don’t see people to fight for anymore. Don’t see a reason to stay anymore #SuicidalIdeation #SuicidalThoughts

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    Such a terrible day!

    <p>Such a terrible day!</p>
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    THIS!
    If you struggle with nausea and vomiting:this will help calm the raging sea inside you

    <p>THIS!<br>If you struggle with nausea and vomiting:this will help calm the raging sea inside you</p>
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    Even though He loves us with a perfect love He still has to follow what is best for us.

    <p>Even though He loves us with a perfect love He still has to follow what is best for us.</p>
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    SO proud of this pic! Lol

    <p>SO proud of this pic! Lol</p>
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    i was talking with this guy for 3 weeks and i of course grew attached to him. he told me he didn’t want anything serious and it has left me a mess. i can’t stop crying, i have no interest in doing anything in life, i’m so tired after a full nights sleep, and i can’t focus on anything. is it possible to fall into a full blown depressive episode from things as minor as this? i feel crazy. i just want this feeling to go away, i am having passing suicidal thoughts again. i feel like i am going to be alone forever. maybe it’s better that way

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    Pressing on?

    #Mania #Depression # bipolar # paranoia #Confusion #PTSD
    2 years ago I had a traumatic experience. My first bipolar manic episode. I couldn’t think, time went away, I didn’t know where I was, I blacked out, didn’t eat, didn’t sleep, and worst of all had horrific hallucinations and delusions. The degree of terror to which I experienced then has gone away, but the fear, the paranoia, the not being able to think straight, that remains. It makes functioning and doing simple tasks really hard. It means not wanting to get up and communication breakdown with loved ones . I have suicidal thoughts all the time because everything is so hard (and I know that’s just life.) but I feel like I’m on a tight rope and any moment things could go to hell. I try to explain what I feel and what goes on in my brain but it’s no use . Most folks don’tunderstand unless they are going through it themselves. I don’t know how to press on.

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    Hi, I'm Megan, I was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder a little over a year ago. I'm 29 years old. & I just wanted to share what I have learned about myself and my symptoms. I tend to get triggered alot by what people say and I sometimes go into a rage and then become numb, I dissociate alot more lately just because I'm so tired of feeling depressed or angry all the time so I feel numb when I dissociate with the world around me. I have major emotional mood swings and tend to have suicidal thoughts once in a while, lately I have been having skitzoeffective tendencies and I have researched and that is normal for people with personality disorders. Now I'm trying to deal with that. The best thing I do to help me is I have done a bpd workbook by Daniel fox and I have learning coping skills from that b book, a big one for me is take a break from the situation and question all the facts, Journaling and music really help me as well to calm down during mood swing episodes i get from having BPD.
    #Bpdrecovery
    #PersonalityDisorders

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