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The Borderline Red Herring Fallacy is experienced by anyone close to a person with Borderline Personality. Especially BPD partners, on/off recycling relationships, BPD Hoovers or your reverse hoovers. What does the Borderline Red Herring Fallacy have to do with Codependents?
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The words “Malignant Borderline” don’t have any meaning or specific context and absolutely no clinic reference whatsoever yet a therapist out there used them and also called people with BPD “monsters” – Great “professional” look eh? People with BPD may
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What is Emotional Self Control?
What is emotional self control and why is it important? What skills does emotional self control require? How you can develop those skills and questions to ask yourself to self-reflect on what you may benefit from learning more about the
3 ways to start loving yourself the way you deserve to be loved
So many people were not ever taught how to truly like, let alone love themselves in childhood. What we learn growing up matters more than most would like to know or face and work to resolve. Before you can start