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Posted by itriedtoescape


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hi! im posting this so we can find friends who also have personality disorders. 

- this is a safe space. we will not talk about triggering or upsetting topics.
- this includes all personality disorders. we are all in this together. stigmatisation of certain PDs will not be tolerated here!
- basic human respect. 

about me:
im 21, i have bpd, and i am in recovery! 

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Reply by Dazey


I have borderline personality disorder, severe PTSD, and a TBI. 

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Reply by BurakkuJakku


I have bpd, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, autism and adhd! i really like making friends

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Reply by ginevra



I'm Italian and my english is very poor. So, if you tell me if you can read with google-translator, or similar, I'd like to talk with you, but in my language.
If you give a look in my profile, you understand more about me.
I have a borderline disturb of personality with 'double diagnosis' and depression.
I'm a member of an Italian Recovery College.
Now, I'm recovered so I can offer my experience to other people who need it.

I repeat, sorry for my English.

I hope you accept me.


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Reply by Hatch


Oh sick.

I'm 23, have Some sort of cluster B issue. I could be diagnosed as anything but ASPD honestly.
Im prof diagnosed with Schizoid (A) but i honestly think its a misdiagnosis and I have AVPD (C). They can sometimes present the same, but the internal difference is big I think. Plus I'm already Schizoaffective, I think having /two/ Almost Schizophrenic disorders would be a little weird lol
I'm very Mad Pride, have high criticisms of the psych industry, and worship a god of Madness just for disclosure sake.

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Reply by xbpdxbunny



I'm 23 and non-binary. 
I have bpd, bipolar disorder, c-ptsd, and ocd. 

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Reply by hailey


hi! i'm 20 and have dx bpd (but i am trying to look into possible comorbidities as well to potentially bring those up with a professional)

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Reply by shruti


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