The majority of people I know who think they have BPD (past me included) are really suffering from complex PTSD and confusing the symptoms. So how are they different?
If fear was meant to warn us of danger, anxiety is fear gone mad. Biology might explain trauma response, but why do we emotionally hold on to fear?
I've been struggling with self-depreciating thoughts that I cannot control. What I can control is not feeling shame but working on them with a DBT worksheet. Let's do it together!
I finally got to read Moshe Feldenkrais, who is the father of body-awareness exercises. Do you know how they influence our thoughts and awareness and subsequently, heal trauma?
Now you've got the diagnosis and some reading up on it, what's next? Read on for tips on handling adult ADHD that I acquired over the years!
Last year I was obsessed with spirituality. But it was with the Quakers that something unexplainable and truly magical happened.
Nothing wrong with a bit of pleasure, but why do we equate it with happiness and where do these two things differ?
How do you create intimacy: does it come naturally to you, do you have to make time for it or do you fear it? And can you find it within yourself?
It's fair to say that everyone struggles with disappointment. So how do we avoid self-destructive behaviour and not expect outcomes in the first place?