Tag Archives: Dbt

2015 – A new start.

Hi Guys! Well, it’s been quite a while since I last posted, and a lot has happened in that time. On November 12th 2014 I gave birth to my beautiful daughter, Evelyn Poppy. I won’t go into the details save to say birth is pretty horrendous, but it is true when they say you forget […]

Crazy (but good) update!

Hi Guys! Just wanted to drop you a line to let you know how things are going. I have been updating a little more regularly over on my other blog here as I don’t want to clog up this one with baby related stuff (that I’m sure a lot of you wouldn’t be interested in!). Anyway, […]

How to beat Borderline Personality Disorder

Since the start of my blogging journey, I have hoped that my posts have made a difference to someone, no matter how small. I always wonder whether people take the time to read my long rambling posts, as I try to explain different specific situations, and my sometimes long and complex reactions to them. I […]

Communication Issues

James and I have been having some communication issues over the last week and I am going to talk them out to try and make sense of them. I will add my thoughts on where I/we went wrong, along the way. Last Saturday we attended the wedding of one of my friends, and we had […]

Blog for mental health 2014

Take the Pledge “I pledge my commitment to the Blog for Mental Health 2014 Project. I will blog about mental health topics not only for myself, but for others. By displaying this badge, I show my pride, dedication, and acceptance for mental health. I use this to promote mental health education in the struggle to […]

200 Followers! Thanks Guys!

Never in a million years, when I started this blog, did I think I would still be writing it now, nearly 2 years later, have over 67 thousand hits, and over 200 followers! During the time I have been writing the blog, I have been on such a journey. The blog has changed from my […]

One year today NO CUTTING! But how do you deal with things when your original coping mechanisms are not open to you?

For the past six months, I would class myself as being in recovery from Borderline. To a large extent, I no longer meet the criteria in the DSM-IV although I may sometimes display habits or quirks that are reminiscent of my past disorder. I still struggle with maintaining relationships, reading people using their body language […]