How about not. You are rude. You don't know what it's like to be a borderline and it's different from other PD's so you can't just say that.mspen1018 wrote:I find it better than just writing them all of as Borderlines
chickadee wrote:Hey, simmer down everyone.
Jaime's research (bravo, btw) turned up some information on a mixed-symptom personality disorder. That way, people who normally just get lumped together with other PDs when they don't really fit the criteria for just one have another niche. It recognizes the fallibility of the classification system because humans are so different from one person to the next. Mixed Personality Disorder gives name to those who don't have a category to belong to.
Thanks for the info!
mspen1018 wrote:Well take it as rude if you like... I have features of Borderline, Antisocial, Narcissistic, OCPD and Paranoid Personality Disorder... Got quite the mix myself whatever the hell your name is and I carry the PD-NOS dx because Complex PTSD is pretty much the reason I have what I have. So don't ######6 invalidate my experience with life. I said what the hell I said because DBT is just the icing on the cake as far as treatment in my case goes and I have the total opposite of a lot of Borderline symptoms, I was messed up as a result of being given that label and treated as if I exclusively had that one PD in particular.
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