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Submission by mattemilkshake
Guys,

bob-the-bpd-bird:

Just to let you know Emi may be away for a while so the submissions already made up and in the queue will be posted and I will answers questions when I have time.

Please keep submitting, they may just take a little while before they’re posted.

Take care,
Naomi xx

I will try and get through messages soon guys, I’m just extremely busy and ill! I’m not ignoring you, and I will get round to them asap.

Take care guys xx

(via bob-the-bpd-bird)



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Submission by bringer-of-the-light 
Guys,

bob-the-bpd-bird:

Just to let you know Emi may be away for a while so the submissions already made up and in the queue will be posted and I will answers questions when I have time.

Please keep submitting, they may just take a little while before they’re posted.

Take care,
Naomi xx



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Submission by Anonymous
Guys,

Just to let you know Emi may be away for a while so the submissions already made up and in the queue will be posted and I will answers questions when I have time.

Please keep submitting, they may just take a little while before they’re posted.

Take care,
Naomi xx



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Submission by Anonymous
Anonymous said: Hi, youve probably been asked this before, but... I self harm, and it is getting worse and worse and worse. Now i know this isnt about bpd, tho I find myself in it, but I really need to tell my parents.. do you got any tips? im scared.. :(

Trigger warning

It’s difficult because self harm generally escalates quickly. I went from quick healers to monthly healers in a few weeks, but I have a stopping point that I can’t go past. Some peoples tolerance is less or higher.

If you feel like it’s getting out of control, maybe write a letter to your parents about it, and either hand it to them or pop it somewhere they’ll find it, such as their pillow.

When I relapsed the first time, I told my mum straight out, though she suspected anyway because I was wearing long sleeves and refused to wear short sleeves at a party on a boiling hot day. You might find they have a niggle that something is wrong and you letting them know may ease that slightly for them.

However if you feel like your self harm is really escalating and dangerous then I suggest you see a doctor or someone as soon as possible and keep yourself safe.

Take care,
Naomi xx



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Submission by Anonymous
Anonymous said: Anon, research charities around where you live, or try helplines to see if they have any advice? <3

That’s an excellent idea. Charities I’m aware of in my area provide some amazing support and advice.

Perhaps also look into self help materials such as online resources and cbt/dbt books.

Without knowing where you live it’s hard to know how things work in your area, but perhaps you could look into government benefits? Like disability allowance etc which could give you money to contribute towards your healthcare costs.

xx

Anonymous said: Advice for the few poor souls diagnosed with a multiple disorders? I was told two years ago I have PTSD, borderline, and bipolar at the same time after being hospitalized. Now my family doesn't have enough money so I have literally no treatment or medication, and the results are crippling, and I can even get mania so bad I hallucinate. I don't want to leave the house in fear I'll go psycho. What can/ should I do? Is there any way I can get free help?

I’m sorry but I can’t really help you here as I’m from the UK, where healthcare is free to all.
I’m assuming you’re from the US, but I could be wrong.
Can anyone from the USA or anywhere else that doesn’t provide free healthcare help out this person?

I’m really sorry for what you’re going through though, I can’t begin to imagine how horrid it must be.
Even if you can’t get healthcare (and I’m sure there must be some way, somehow), please know that everyone here will support you as best we can.
Best of wishes xx
Emi

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