Zoe Quinn's role in the death of Alek Holowka is - again - fuelling all the negativity about #bpd.
Thanks for that
Talked to my GP recently about my depression. He asked about my 'plan'. I've had the same 'plan' for years. It's well rehearsed in my mind.
it does not involve medicattion,
He knows that
Psychiatrust knows that
It's written down
GP decides to slash my meds to weekly scripts.;
Why? I have no idea.
Talk honestly to GP? Never again.
Back at my friend's place supporting her. Brings into sharp contrast how many people she has around that care about her, talk to her, recognise her and hug her compared to my bereavement experience and current life.
Not going to get down about it now, not here, but when I get home I'll feel it.
#bpd people - a question.
Do you have a need, a real deep down need, to be loved?
Not just wanted, or liked, but loved.
I know most people want to be loved but I mean a need that is integral to your being.
If you do, how do you cope when there is no-one to love you?
I was asked why I can't cry properly - the full-on actual CRYING thing following the loss of my wife - I actually thought about it.
I don't have anyone who I feel I can totally 'let go' in front of. Not just on a trust level but an emotional / closeness / intimate level.
Emotions will out though and that's why I turn it back on myself.
I would love to have someone I felt that connected to but it isn't going to happen.
I'm okay. Not perfect. Just okay.
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