Often when we feel like we're not good enough, it's not because we are. It's usually because we think God won't accept someone who's broken; with scars, cuts, flaws and a past.
A book may be plain to look at on a shelf. It may be pretty. Look expensive. Look old and worn. But books weren't made to sit on a shelf.
The problem was that people didn't get me and my mental illness made them doubt the credibility of my spiritual awakening.
Its easy to tell someone to fight like you mean it, but its another thing to talk about specific moments you chose to do that yourself.
If I've met the same variety of people along the scale of manipulation, with and without BPD... why do we still persist with the belief that BPD = manipulative?
When it comes to bullying we generally look at it like it's black and white. Bullying is bad, dead simple. Unfortunately we don't always see the ways that we bully people without even realising.
I don’t see why it’s normal for women but not normal for men, I just can’t fathom that reasoning. I think it’s very sad that we live in a world where men find it hard to be around a friend or even a stranger who’s expressing themselves in a way they never have.