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This isn't for me. I can read your posts and understand. Giv


This isn't for me. I can read your posts and understand. Give advice. Be given advice and perspective. There's one thing I can't do and that's reading something I have tonight. I can't help that person. I can't give them advice. I can scroll on and pretend I never saw that because I did. It's raw and painful. I get that this is a safe place to get everything out. I never want to stop anyone doing that but I'm also uncomfortable now. I probably won't be back

Thank you to everyone for your help recently. It's greatly appreciated

kisobel's picture
Apr 20, 2017

I have sent you a personal message.

Maria40m's picture
Apr 21, 2017

Don't be put of by something you didn't like .. we all sometimes get piss*d off with someone or something but they are enough good things going on to compensate for the bad... you will be missed :)

Apr 21, 2017

I wanted to comment on your previous post about hallucinations. I can totally relate. I hear whispers that I can't understand and music when my furnace fan is on. I keep the TV on so it's not as "loud". My psych also told me that it's common for BPD's. Him telling me that was a big relief to me, that I'm not completely crazy (only partly crazy). I see things once in a while. Sometimes I have dreams I can't discern from reality for a while after I wake up. Sometimes I'm not sure if something I remember was a dream or really happened. I've had many times where I tell people that I remember something and they have no clue as to what I'm talking about. Other times someone tells me something I said or did and I have no recollection of it. It can be very frightening, but you can learn to live with it. It's OK that it happens to you. You're not alone.


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