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disabled-positivity · a day ago
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Having NPD is so fucking hard sometimes. Thats why it’s so important for me to make so many positivity posts for this disorder. It’s not just “super confident in love with yourself disorder.” It’s so much more than that. It’s intense frustration and not meeting your own high standards and hating yourself when you can’t do something “good enough.”
But that’s why we need support. We need help and love and encouragement to get better because no one deserves to go through something like this. It’s so hard.
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disabledangel · 19 hours ago
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No one has ever shown curiosity on my schizotypy, narcissism, sociopathy, OCD, or DID when it’s revealed so idk who people are talking about when they worry about people faking it for attention….girl what attention???
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lionsonjupiter · a day ago
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i watched a video titled "bpd abuse" the other day and it sent me into a massive fucking spiral that i'm just now crawling out of. the video itself was neutral, but the comments were overloaded with people's horror stories about people with bpd, how people with bpd are horrible and need intense treatment, how they would never want to be around someone with bpd. i absorbed every bit of it. so,
hey assholes,
i am not a monster.
i am not an irredeemable piece of shit.
i do not live to abuse or hurt others.
i am not inherently bad.
i am not dangerous.
i am not the disorder you pin to everyone that seems a little bit "unstable" today.
i am not violent.
i am not evil.
i am not the disorder you pin to your parent after they cried in front of you once.
i am not a goddamn biohazard.
i do not need to be locked away in a ward.
i am suffering, give me a goddamn break. fuck, give all of us a goddamn break.
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Yet another reminder that faking is a conscious choice that you make.
It is not something you can do accidentally, regards of what you're talking about.
You can't accidentally fake depression, or anxiety, or bipolar disorder, or schizophrenia, or any other mental illness.
You can't accidentally fake Borderline Personality Disorder, Histrionic Personality Disorder, personality disorders.
You can't accidentally fake ADHD, autism, Tourette's Syndrome, auditory processing disorder, aphasia or any other neurodivergence
You can't accidentally fake being trans or ace-spec or aro-spec or any other LGBTQIA+ identity.
You can't accidentally fake chronic illnesses like CFS, fibromyalgia or any chronic illness.
You also can't accidentally fake being good/intelligent at something. You didn't fool your peers into reaching your position.
You can't accidentally fake trauma, PTSD/cPTSD, DID/OSDD/DDNOS or any other trauma-based disorder.
Tldr:
Faking is a conscious choice.
You cannot do it by accident.
If you are worried that you are faking, that in itself is proof that you are not.
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neuroperson · 7 months ago
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i hope all the systems, all the ticcers, the autistics, the disabled, my ppl with personality disorders, the ones with psychotic disorders, to my bipolar and bpd pals, the adhders, to my anxious and depressive ones, my neurodivergents and neuroatypicals, a really good day or night
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thedirtywordworld · 2 months ago
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shout out to my homies who experience emotions and empathy in a way that is not conventional
you are not a monster for having low or no empathy
you are not sensitive for being hyperempathetic
you are not heartless for having alexithymia
you are not too much for experiencing emotional dysregulation
you are not clingy or a bad person if you have no emotional permanence 
the way we are, and the way we experience the world is just as beautiful, and just as human as the neurotypical ideas about emotion
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npdsafe · 3 months ago
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The statement "your mental illness does not define whether you are good or bad" goes both ways. It does not make you an abuser to be mentally ill, and it does not make you broken. At the same time, mental illness is not an excuse to hurt people, abuse people, or take accountability off of yourself.
If your response to someone being mentally ill is to assume they are evil, you are throwing mentally ill people under the bus. On the flipside, if your response to being called out on shitty behavior is to say you can't help it because of mental illness, you are not truly taking accountability for your own actions.
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disabled-positivity · 2 months ago
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You know who doesn’t get enough recognition?
People with mental illnesses that cause:
Homicidal thoughts,
Struggles with sympathy,
Struggles with being nice to others,
Lack of empathy,
Anger issues,
Very few emotions,
Etc.
We aren’t evil, we aren’t monsters, we’re people struggling with mental health and just trying to do our best. And I’m proud of us for that.
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punxrat · 6 months ago
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💕PEOPLE WITH BPD DESERVE LOVE💕
💕PEOPLE WITH BPD DESERVE TO BE 💕HAPPY💞
💕PEOPLE WITH BPD CAN DATE💕
💕PEOPLE WITH BPD CAN BE IN A HEALTHY💕 RELATIONSHIP💕
💕HAVING A PERSONALITY DISORDER DOSENT MEAN YOU CANT BE LOVED💕
💕HAVING BPD DOSENT MEAN YOU CANT FIND LOVE💕
💕PLEASE REBLOG💕
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justlgbtthings · 10 months ago
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having multiple disorders with a lot of overlap is just like, trying to untangle a really big ball of string. you have no idea if it's only one string or multiple strings wrapped up, you don't know where any of them start or end, and after a while it all starts to look the same. it's a big jumbled mess and it's exhausting, but you try to sort them out anyway because they're no good to you tied up.
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bpdlog · 5 months ago
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The world seems to be ignoring this, so allow me to remind you all:
PEOPLE WITH BPD ARE NOT INHERENTLY ABUSIVE
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