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Therapy Exchange Of The Day “I used to think that whenever she turned me down for sex, she was turning me down as a person.” Right, because people with BPD have a hard time distinguishing the difference. Think of it … Continue reading
Sewing Projects, Day 1 These projects expect the person sewing to observe the picture to be copied, mentally place said picture upon the textile and recreate said picture by sight alone. As my experience with this type of sewing is … Continue reading
I was to try out a new activity today. One of my commenters had suggested rock hunting. Find something interesting and write about it. Since it stormed this morning, I wasn’t about to go traipsing about, trudging through the mud. … Continue reading
A Hopefully Formerly Depressed Human Vows To Practice Self-Approval
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One man's steps into recovery from porn addiction
learning to love life while living with a mental illness
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Hey, Nice to meet all of you, my name is Heather. I have BPD. I am here to share my everyday struggles with you, be a support for you, and I am here to chat with you if you want to chat...:)
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Ten years is the new Forever
I never wanted to be attracted to men, and didn't understand why I was. God showed me the answer was not for Him to remove the attraction. It was for me to submit to Him and, with His help, live a holy life. He saved me just as I was, and then He set about transforming me into what He wants me to be. - Jerry Stubblefield
"A torn jacket is soon mended, but hard words bruise the heart of a child." Henry Wadsworth Longfellow