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neurotypical people do not understand the level of exhaustion someone who suffers from borderline personality disorder experiences. imagine living through the most intense emotion you have ever felt; rage, depression, hopelessness, guilt, elation. imagine this emotion consumes you entirely, so much so that you cannot focus or function normally. that sounds tiresome, right? now imagine experiencing these intense emotions several times a day every day for years. that is what having borderline personality disorder is like. a constant stream of too much too much too much followed by short periods of nothing at all, then repeat.


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neurotypical people do not understand the level of exhaustion someone who suffers from borderline personality disorder experiences. imagine living through the most intense emotion you have ever felt; rage, depression, hopelessness, guilt, elation. imagine this emotion consumes you entirely, so much ...
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