I'm sure that every BPD sufferer has, like myself, asked why it is that they developed BPD. I've read the literature that argues about whether it is an illness caused by something wrong in the brain or our genetic makeup, while others insist it is simply the result of a traumatic childhood. I look at myself and ask the question and yhe answers come as, yes my mother was a bully who robbed me of all self respect and confidence. My father commited suicide when I was 8 so maybe their is an inherited factor. Yet still I can't really understand the reasons why I have BPD, I just know I have and maybe the why is now irrelevent but I still have the question in my head. Has anyone else come up with answers for themselves that they are willing to share with me. I would appreciate any yhoughts.
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