Repost 📷 @bpdbabexo I just wanna get this off my chest since my…

Repost 📷 @bpdbabexo

I just wanna get this off my chest since my account is mostly dedicated to my bpd and everyone who struggles with it. Do you know how many online post I’ve seen saying that “borderlines are abusive”?? And do you know what evidence these people use to back their claims up? “My ex bf/ my ex gf had bpd and he/she was x y and z”. ANYONE can be abusive literally it could be someone with a drug problem, drinking problem, or just an anger problem. Just because you experienced a toxic relationship with someone who happened to have bpd does not mean everyone of us has this trait of being abusive. It’s extremely offensive and ignorant when people label us as “toxic” and abusive”. You have no idea what we go through and how hard we work to try to make the people in our lives happy. I am not saying we are perfect angels who work to serve others, because that would just be a ridiculous statement. Yes we have certain traits that can be toxic, but so do normal people mental illness aside. I am not glorifying bpd because it’s an awful thing to live with. I am just asking you not stereotype us, because of a bad experience that you have had. I try my hardest to convince myself I am not as bad as I think I am, and seeing post like that is very triggering. I have NEVER in my life physically or mentally abused someone. I have gotten in arguments and have had freak outs with people I love, but afterwards I always try to make it up and to try and prevent it from happening again. I would never hurt anyone I love on purpose and then play it off as not being my fault because I have bpd. In order to get better, and learn to cope with this disorder. A big part of healing is realizing some of the actions you have are inappropriate, and aren’t the way to handle things. Recovering from bpd involves acknowledging and accepting your faults in order to change them, and learn positive coping skills and how to deal with our emotions so we won’t lash out on others or OURSELVES. #bpdproblems #bpdawareness #bpd #bpdrecovery #mentalhealthawareness

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