as a carer for my wife who has a diagnosis of bpd i know how hard things can be and the lack of information out there and the contridictions within the information that is out there there is also nothing out there that says this is how best to deal with this situation basicaly we are left out there in the cold playing a guessing game yes it is frustrating and many of us feel as though we are constantly doing the wrong things and setting the ones we love and want to help off on a dark and lonely trip fueling their illness but this is not usually the case sometimes it may be just what is needed to help the ones we love but we just cant see it through the frustration that we feel as we see an impossibable task blocked by a mile high wall at times. i understand how it effects us all differently so lets pull together and support each other giving each other different points of views and those valuable suggestions that we may not have been able to think of alone who knows we may be able to improve each others experiences and create a valuable support network for each other
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