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Describes me so well
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Hi, I would like to know, if someone also gets difficulties on reading, or concentrating in daily simples tasks as well. I also started having troubles with remembering some simple words, and I don't know if it's due to Topiramato a medication I took a while ago, or if it's an actual symptom of the BPD. Thanks.
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Hi, I would like to know, if someone also gets difficulties on reading, or concentrating in daily simples tasks as well. I also started having troubles with remembering some simple words, and I don't know if it's due to Topiramato a medication I took a while ago, or if it's an actual symptom of the BPD. Thanks.
Th a t is not a clinical symptoms of BPD. Hope you can find the answer to this.
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That sounds a lot like me even tho im not diagnosed with anything yet..i wish i wasn't like this.
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this is me, exactly...
right now i especially identify with the "sacrificing yourself at the moment and then suddenly reaching your limit and blowing up" part.
where do we go from here? how is it possible to have a healthy relationship?
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Nailed it.
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The person I love doesn't even want to admit he has in issue. He just thinks he is devil and mean by definition and I have tried to tell him is not and underneath there are wounds and he should ask for help but he doesn't want to try getting out of this vicious circle...... of being iratinally angry and than sorry and crying out of how a horrible person he is.... He really doesn't want help at all but his symptoms got horrible lately. I know he doesn't want to hurt me, I am aware and all his violence doesn't touch me in the sense that I know that is not about me and he is in crisis. But if he doesn't even want to try to get out of there, to ask for help what can I do? I can not live like this....
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wow, ok I was told I had it but he didn't go into details. Now, I do agree with him, cause the description fit me. Thanks
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