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bitterdays-bitternights:

It’s not about being sad. It’s about knowing your diagnosis will dictate the course of your life. You learn that you will have trouble with connection, relationships and feeling fulfilled. How’s that sound? That’s what sucks. Knowing it really isn’t going to go away. It’s a part of you. It’s ingrained in your personality. That… you can’t escape.

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too-kawaii-to-die:

I don’t care what kind of blog I have I will blog this no matter what.

"Craving sensation: feeling unreal" was such a huge part of the beginning of my relapse. I was convinced that people in front of me didn’t even exist and I kept touching things and trying to feel sensation. I’m reblogging because I know that that was so horrifying for me and I never want anyone else to go through it. 

Just in case this can help someone. Some suggestions also seem harmful (eating a hot pepper really hurts!!!) but steps to feeling better and not self harming is most important. Sending you love and light

STOP SCROLLING! Please reblog this vitally important information because at least one of your followers is self-harming. Thank you!

Posted before, but I thought I’d post again. Some good alternatives to self harm here.

gatsbyswidow
For years mental health professionals taught people that they could be psychologically healthy without social support, that “unless you love yourself, no one else will love you.”…The truth is, you cannot love yourself unless you have been loved and are loved. The capacity to love cannot be built in isolation
Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D. — “The Boy Who Was Raised As A Dog”  (via thirdw0rld)