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i have been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder but i dont think thats wrong with me i dont actually know whats wrong with me but my symptoms are being overtaken by an evil spirit so feeling my bodys moving without me moving it and it made me jump from a bridge last year and other self harm. i feel craetures crawling all over my body i have flashbacks i get confused a lot like i think im a child again and feel like im in a coma. and other stuff happens and then it goes and comes back in a different kind of way and im ok for a while and then for a while im all over the place just need some help figuring out what to do.

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    "Dialectical Behaviour Therapy" was specifically developed for BPD. Find a therapist that deals with this either through your mental health team or the BACP website.

    I assume you are young it is an illness of youth and tends to burn out as you get older and wiser.

    Just keep yourself alive.

    Good luck

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    Hey. I'm studying mental health nursing at uni and it sounds like you're having a few different kinds of hallucinations. They all come under the diagnosis of 'psychosis'. It'll also explain why you're fine most of the time but then you'll have an episode where everything goes to pot. It's manageable through therapy and medications but you've got to get the right mix. Obviously, I'm just a student and not a doctor! but that's what it sounds like to me

    Go to your GP and tell him what's been going on with you and he should refer you to the right people. He might refer you to stuff like the early intervention in psychosis team (EIP). As I say, talk to your GP they'll be more helpful than you think.

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    Hey. I'm studying mental health nursing at uni and it sounds like you're having a few different kinds of hallucinations. They all come under the diagnosis of 'psychosis'. It'll also explain why you're fine most of the time but then you'll have an episode where everything goes to pot. It's manageable through therapy and medications but you've got to get the right mix. Obviously, I'm just a student and not a doctor! but that's what it sounds like to me

    Go to your GP and tell him what's been going on with you and he should refer you to the right people. He might refer you to stuff like the early intervention in psychosis team (EIP). As I say, talk to your GP they'll be more helpful than you think.

    i would like to talk to you about the issues as my gp doesnt want to know when i talk about mental health problems and my mental health team dont want to talk about a diagnosis and im having this severe other problem that im really worried about

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    Are you ok talking about it on here? It can be difficult when you've already been given a diagnosis I admit... but they could be right still. As I said I'm still a student and I was doing some reading the other day and there's a thing called 'pseudohallucinations', which is also called 'non-psychotic hallucinations'. It's related to boderline personality disorder. The way you can tell the difference with them is that you're aware that you're hallucinating. I mean, it doesn't make them any less real to you at the time but when they're happening you know that it's not real...if you catch my drift? so don't go condemming your mental health team yet! They probably already know about this and aren't just ignoring you
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    Ah, yeah, I've never heard of that before so thanks. I had a quick look into it and it does sound like that. i guess the best thign to take from it is that it passes
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    hi everyone i just wanted to say my wife has bipolar and (b.p.d )boarderline personality disorder and i wouldn't change her for the world !!!! I'm not saying things haven't been hard and there will be bumps in the road but she is mine and i'm hers she puts up with me, i have adhd and aspergers syndrome and dyslexia ,i just think we are very special so our doctors says lol and we have 2 boys both with autism and there great !! It takes all different people to make the world go round and trust me WE are very different and if that's not enough we are gay as well lol .i would love everyone to have what we have. i'm sorry if my humour has upset anyone wouldn't want to do that but you cant always be down about mental health its time for change don't be scared to talk about it bet there are people in your road or where you work or even friends that have there troubles.hope everyone is well and take care feel free to msg me lots of love biggrin biggrin cheesygrin cheesygrin
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